There is so much research on the personal benefits of walking that it deserves to be shared. Sign-up today for the first-ever Walk for Talk benefiting the National Spasmodic Dysphonia Association and do something really important and helpful for both yourself and for the NSDA Community
Running is a very demanding activity that can cause injury, so as you’re training for your 5K, it is important to think about the best ways to prevent them.
So it’s week two of training for your 5K as part of the Walk for Talk Benefitting the NSDA. Here’s some advice to keep in the back of your mind.
Ease into getting in shape. Start off slow and give your body time to warm up. Alternate walking and running and eventually you will be able to run up to 30 minutes consecutively. With this plan, you'll make slight increases in your running distance while making small decreases in your walking distance each week.