7 Tips to Transition Back to Outdoor Running

As the weather starts to warm up, you might be itching to get back outdoors for a run. Outdoor workouts offer both physical and psychological benefits such as helping with depression, anxiety and fatigue. Running outdoors is different than running indoors on a treadmill. As such, there are considerations to remember that can ease this transition. 1. Change the Incline Running on a treadmill is a flat and predictable surface. Outdoor running has hills, inclines, declines and uneven surfaces. Help your lungs, heart and legs prepare for this change by varying the incline during your treadmill workouts. Also remember, there are no hand rails outdoors so try not to use them during your treadmill

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