16 Problems that every beginning runner suffers
Giving that little run to catch the bus on time is one thing, but whoever starts running often knows there are a lot of rocks along the way. Nearly 200 runners from a Facebook group told My Life what were the biggest challenges they faced when they entered the racing world. So, what do you identify with?
1. You never felt the true power of pain by the side of the rib until you started to run
Do you know the pain you used to feel in physical education class at school? When we started running, we realized that it was a lot less intense than the nuisance we felt when practicing a running practice. When you least expect a sharp pain hits the belly, very close to the rib. How it hurts!
The truth is that in the beginning, it is very easy to lose control of the breath. "How does it work? You have to inhale and then expire, does it?" And the nuisance is only controlled when the breathing returns to normal. This is just one of the signals the body gives when you are exaggerating.
2. Ahhhh, muscle pain
The race brings many discoveries, one of which is that it is possible to feel pain where we can not even imagine having muscles. Among inexperienced runners, the inflammation in cinnamon is famous and feared (canelitis). It comes when the athlete wants to go beyond what the body is prepared for, and to get rid of this pain comes the worst part: to hear the doctor say that you need to take some time in the race and strengthen.
The calf then is a chapter to the part, generating until some cramps the next day. But, as the old saying goes, "Time heals everything," to the muscle pains and discomforts of the race.
3. The untrained mind can sabotage
Ah, the psychological. If you think your greatest weakness is in cinnamon, it is because you have not yet suffered with that animal in your ear saying that you will not be able to finish your first 5km race or that you should have been sleeping late instead of going for a run. Training the mind is also fundamental.
4. It never took so long to spend 1 minute
You are in your first training and decide that you will alternate between one minute of running and another of walking. The problem is that at the time of running time does not pass! But when you're walking, it looks like the clock is running in the blink of an eye.
5. Running and drinking water at the same time?
You may never have thought you would have difficulty in something seemingly so simple, but running and drinking water at the same time can be tragic. Babar the whole water on the shirts is the least, the worst is to choke! So, while this ability is not improved, walk a little to hydrate and then continue the race.
6. You do not know what, nor how much to eat before training
After waking up early to run, you pass in the kitchen and start to break your mind thinking about what to eat. "Is one fruit enough? Or is it better to make a more delicious snack?" The best suggestion is to look for a nutritionist because he will tell you the right foods and amounts for your metabolism.
7. Any climb looks like Mount Everest
A minimum slope may seem like the biggest mountain in the world in the first days of training. Here comes that doubt: Will I change the route? Do I lie or climb crawling? It may be hard to believe now, but the time will come when even climbs will no longer be so scary.
8. It seems like everyone on the street is looking at you.
The first races also generate a certain shame, because you have the feeling that everyone around you is noticing the way you run, on your clothes, on your body and questioning why what a reason someone would run around. Suggestion: unchain!
9. You start the race very hard ...
... And you can not finish the training! This is very common at the beginning of the runners' journey. You run the first meters full of gas and excitement, thinking, "I'm already very good at this business of running, today is my day". Until you "break", that is, your body can not cope, either because of lack of strength or breath.
10. It seems that the lungs forget to work
Starting in the race is synonymous to suffer from the lack of breath until your cardiorespiratory capacity adjusts to the effort. Even the plainest 200 meters are able to make you lean on your knees trying to remember the reason why you were suffering there. Calm down, everything will get better.
11. No resistance to say no
As much as you're engaged in running, invitations from friends to stick to training and go to a happy hour are tempting. But to be honest, this problem never ends, okay? You will always feel encouraged to accompany your friends, so try to find the balance between practice and escaping.
12. It seems like everyone is overtaking you in the race
I mean, not only does it seem like, yes, you must be eating dust on the race tracks. As much as the will is to follow the rhythm of another person, have patience, because your time will come. In training, you are competing with your own limits. No need to force your body before the hour!
13. Getting up early on the weekend is torture
You may get used to it, because on Saturday or Sunday you will have to program the alarm by 6:00. If it is a day of proof then you will fall from the bed until sooner, because in general the starts occur at 7am. Whether you like it or not, the runner is also an early bird.
14. We need to talk about rashes
Where there is minimal friction between the seam of the clothing and the skin, you can bet, the chances of you getting a rash are very high. With the wider t-shirts, men often suffer from bruised nipples. In women, the friction between the thighs is quite common. The solution? Use petroleum jelly (preferred by runners) or some moisturizer in these areas before training!
15. Wear new clothes / sneakers on
You've bought those incredible ultra-high-end sneakers with the newest cushioning technology, the very materialization of comfort. To debut, he selected his first race, after all, he wants to complete the course in style. But in the end, there are great chances of you reaching the end of the event full of bruises and blisters. Do not make that mistake again: new pieces of clothing and sneakers need to be tested and softened, and this should be done in the slower and slower workouts.
16. Choosing the Right Tennis Goes Beyond Appearance
You walk into the store, order a sneaker, and the salesman asks, "Do you have preference for pronator, supine, or neutral?" Although it sounds silly, knowing your footprint can make all the difference in running and avoiding many foot pains. It pays to understand how each profile works and find a specialist to find out what your profile is.
I know perfectly well that some people do not value the act of cleaning, organizing, building, and decorating environments. However, these activities fit all the criteria necessary to have them as ways to promote health and well-being. Even if you have never picked up a broom, shovel or brush, I'm sure you can reflect the respect.
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