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Track Shack Tip #12 from Susan Paul: Fit Body is a Fit Mind

Track Shack's Training Program Director, Susan Paul encourages you to get outside and feel the air, feel blood moving in your muscles and notice your mind transform as your body gets fit.

Track Shack Tip #11 from Betsy: Stretching

Stretching is strengthening as well. Try to get stretching in after your run or 2 to 3 times per week.

Track Shack Tip #10 from Betsy: SET Realistic Goals

It sounds simple but setting goals that you can stick with is the key. Running or walking for 3 or 4 times per week is a goal that you can consistently do for a lifetime.

Track Shack Tip #9 from Susan Paul: I'm starting a Program, Now What?

Track Shack's Training Program Director, Susan Paul let's you know what to expect when you want to start a running or walking training program. The key - get started. Go outside, tune in, and get moving.

Track Shack Tip #8 from Betsy, Track Shack: Shoes, Socks, Bras Fabrics

It's important to have the right shoes and clothing on your body so that your run is that much better.

Track Shack Tip #6 from Susan Paul: Aren't You Scared You'll Wear out Your Knees?

Track Shack's Training Program Director, Susan Paul answers the question: Aren't you scared to 'wear out your knees'? No, because shoes will make your running and walking more comfortable so that you can go further than you ever imagined.

Track Shack Tip #5 from Susan Paul: Put A Race on Your Calendar

Track Shack's Training Program Director, Susan Paul tells you why a race on your calendar will help keep you accountable and motivated to committing to your running program.

Track Shack Tip #4 from Betsy: Not A Magic Pill

Running is not a magic pill to making your life change, but it's a great start.

Track Shack Tip #2 from Susan Paul: You Don't Have to Start Fast

Track Shack's Training Program Director, Susan Paul reminds us that it's not about speed. It's about staying into a comfortable zone that is sustainable for a lifetime.

Track Shack Tip #1 from Betsy: Program, Shoes, Keep Trying

Start a running program it will be worth it. There will be aches and pains, but keep going and you'll make it through the beginning stages.