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How to improve your running

by Natasha Whiting |

How to improve your running

Whether you are a seasoned marathon runner, or have just taken up the sport, there are plenty of ways you can improve your running technique. Here are just a few!

Use a tracking app

Using an app can be very beneficial as it allows you to track your progress and connect with friends and other runners, building a community. This group of people will help to inspire and motivate you!

Eat for success

There are numerous reasons why people take up running, but if you've done so to lose weight, make sure you are eating enough calories to give your body the energy it needs. Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, lean protein for muscle repair, and complex carbohydrates for more energy.

Run according to your ability

One of the most common reasons why people stop running is because they go out too hard, too fast at the beginning.
Shin splints and other injuries are common, so it's very important - particularly when you are taking up running for the first time - to only run to your abilities and increase the distance slowly.

Be consistent

Consistency is the most important way to keep your running game strong! Set yourself a target - this could be 3 times a week or 5 times a week - and stick to it, no matter what.

It's best if you stick to similar distances as well (or increase them gradually over time), but if you can only get out for a 20-minute run instead of your usual hour, that is better than missing the run entirely.

Take a collagen supplement

Marine collagen and running have a strong link. Collagen, a protein found in body tissues, helps to strengthen muscles, tendons, and ligaments - all used when running! Extra collagen can help to both improve performance and protect the joints and bones against running-induced injuries.

Kollo is one of the best collagen supplements on the market and includes amino acids and essential vitamins too. It's a fantastic supplement to take for your all-round health, but there are a number of benefits for runners too.

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