How to Run on the Beach | Running

If you’re looking for some variety in your
running training, a beach is a great way to get that. One thing to consider when running on the
beach is that it’s going to be a different terrain, then maybe if you’re running at your
local track or on the roads. It’s going to be a little bit more challenging. You’re going to be more on the ball of your
foot, because you’re going to be wanting to take smaller steps to get through the sand. You’re going to be engaging your calf muscles
more, so be aware of that. You might have to alter your run because of
that. Maybe on a regular basis, you’re running for
20-30-40 minutes out on the roads. You might want to cut that down 5-10 minutes,
because it’s going to be a little bit more of a harder workout. To make it a little easier try to run closer
to the water. The sand is going to be more compact, and
it’s not going to be as hard to run through. Also, be aware of what time of day you’re
running. Try to avoid the later morning, early afternoon
when most people will be there, so that you don’t have to fight through the crowds, and
also, if you’re not familiar with the beach that you’re running on try not to run barefoot. You’re not really sure if there is maybe broken
glass, some sea glass. You never really know what’s there at the
beach, so try to keep your running sneakers on, as tempting as it might be to run barefoot. If you do have a beach nearby try to get over
there, so that you can have a change of scenery.


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  • I think people know how to run… ALSO on the beach…

  • Oh, this is the best ROFL.
    Can you please show us how to walk ??
    Unsubscribing, WTF.

  • i came for ass and boobs lol

  • Can you please make a tutorial on how to walk on the beach?

  • do a tutorial for how to do jellyfishing.

  • Thanks! Now I know what to do. I was confused at first but i think i got the hang of it. "/

  • Where is the beach?

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