Running for Beginners
Start a marathon training program
Begin your running journey with help from a chubby running coach.
Find a plan that’s right for you
Learn how to train for a marathon or start a half marathon training plan with a running program designed for any ability level from overweight beginners to more seasoned chubby runners.
Completely new to running?
No problem. Find a training program to build your fitness level, increase your running experience, and prepare you to start a marathon training plan to suit your needs.
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Get the gear you need as a beginning runner
Learn more about running shoes, clothes, hats, running underwear, outerwear, and other running gear to get started running on the right foot.
The right clothing and gear help you perform at your best, prevent injury, and improve your running. Running is not an expensive sport to start, but there are some strategic investments you should make in running shoes and other gear that will help you perform at your best and get the most out of your running experience and training.
Runners’ knee, Osgood Schaltters, and other injuries beginning runners should know about
Learn more about the most common running injuries, prevention methods, treatment plans, and how to recover if you sustain an injury in your running training.
You can also find the proper stretches and strength training exercises so that you can stay strong, flexible, and healthy.
Live a healthier life
Beginner runners can learn how to live a life of wellness, from weight management to better sleep to mental health.
Food and eating plans for better health
Learn about different diets and eating programs, healthy foods, and making delicious and nutritious recipes.
- What you should be eating before running
- 3 Homemade pre-workout recipes to try now
- Why managing weight is important for overweight runners
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