Running can take your fitness level up a notch or two. But for running rookies--even athletes successful in other sports--creating a training program can be daunting. Here's a 10-week beginner running program that takes the guesswork out of running. At the end of the 10 weeks, you should be able to run three miles.
Here's the best part. The only equipment needed is a pair of running shoes, some comfortable clothes, and a watch.
This resource explains a "Couch to 5K" program and what one must consider before attempting this training. This informational material gives great tips and suggestions for students to understand to be successful. Additionally, this site has links to a specific training program.
The fact that run/walks are classic fundraising events for nonprofit organizations doesn’t make them any easier to plan and execute. Like any event, attendance and fundraising results are very important, but run/walks involve extra challenges and expenses including marketing, registration, and safety. This guide will walk you through the process of organizing a charity run/walk event for your organization, covering logistics like choosing a date, location, and t-shirts, along with volunteer management, budgeting, and promotion.