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Running to Lose Weight

By Edited Sep 16, 2016 1 1

Running to lose weight is one of the simplest ways to see those unwanted pounds just begin to melt away. People who choose this method of weight loss can usually see results in half the time. With very little if no investment, you can begin running to lose weight today. That is probably why it is so popular. Anyone can do it, any where, and any time.

 

Another great aspect of running to lose weight is that it can be combined with any other diet plan that is out there. When you combine weight loss plans in this way, you will be able to lose more weight and keep it off. So you can choose to change the way that you eat or take a weight loss supplement and still work out to be able to shrink your waist line.

 

Tip One Running to Lose Weight

 

One of the best tips that you can follow before you get started is to get a good pair of sneakers. You need something that will provide you with good support. Having the wrong shoes on can cause injury. This will prevent you from running to lose weight. Foot pain and calf strains are the most common injuries from wearing the wrong footwear. You will also want to pay attention to the tread of your shoes as you go. The more working out that you do, the faster that you will wear out your sneakers.

 

Tip Two Running to Lose Weight

 

You need to stay well hydrated while you do this workout. There are many sport drinks that are advertised for this purpose. You will want to stay away from them if your goal is weight loss. The reason for this is that they are full of calories. Most sport drinks will have more calories then a healthy snack. The best refreshing drink to take with you is going to be water. You can use a water filter to fill a reusable aluminum bottle with water. This way you are saving money by not buying bottles of water. You are also working to save the environment when you choose this method to stay hydrated as you workout in your diet plan.

 

Tip Three Running to Lose Weight

 

It is easy to stay motivated when running to lose weight. You can head outside to run when the weather is nice. There are a lot of great places to go. You can start by exploring your neighborhood. You will be amazed at all of the new things that you will see when you go around your own town. Heading out to a local park is also a good idea. You will find many people who share your great idea to get in shape when you head to the park. The outdoors can be a great motivator to get you up and moving.

 

Tip Four Running to Lose Weight

 

Just because it is raining outside, it does not mean that you have to skip running to lose weight. You can get a treadmill for your own home for a small investment. If this does not sound like something that you want sitting around your house, you can head to your local gym to get in a couple of miles on any given day. Many gyms put TVs in front of their treadmills so that you can catch up on your favorite shows while you are getting in shape.

 

Tip Five Running to Lose Weight

 

To keep yourself motivated, you may want to find a running partner. If you have a friend that has a weight loss goal, you can easily partner with them to help you to reach your goals. You will be surprised at how often you you will go running to lose weight when you have plans to meet up with someone. It will be that extra push to keep you going when you want to stop.

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Comments

Sep 5, 2010 11:35pm
Deborah-Diane
I'm not much of a runner, even though I know that it is a great way to lose weight. Instead I try to walk briskly, or walk barefoot in the sand at the beach. Those methods seem to help me, too!
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