4 Training Plans That Will Turn You into a Running Pro
There’s no doubt that pounding the pavement is a good-for-you-activity. Running boosts brain power, strengthens the heart, reduces stress and can even lower your blood pressure. And signing up for a race in 2016 — from a 5K to a marathon and everything in between — is a great way to stay focused, commit to regular exercise and boost your endorphins. Plus, with most races, there’s usually beer at the finish line. But now that you’ve committed, what does it take to get to the start line? Explore the four methods below, choose your plan, lace up and hit the pavement.