Walking And Jogging: A Great Combo
Jogging is more demanding on the cardiovascular system than most walking, unless you're a race walker. Since you're actually lifting your whole body off the ground, you will get out of breath in the beginning. You'll also endure a good deal more pounding, so if you have any back, hip, knee or foot problems, consider speed walking techniques rather than running.
For starters, try walking for five minutes to warm up, then run for 30 seconds and walk for three minutes. Alternate the pattern, always returning to walking if you feel breathless. Slowly, over several weeks of workouts, lengthen your running time and shorten your walking time until you can run continuously.But you may not want to give up walking entirely. As a matter of fact, many runners are now using walking in their workouts to save their bodies from so much impact. Walking and running are a great combination.
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