Have you finally had enough of sitting on the couch, reading other people's Facebook posts about the 5K or 10K they ran for a charity?
You may say to yourself, "I could have done that," even though you feel maybe you really couldn't.
Don't give up just yet!
Training for a short run could be the beginning of a lifetime of getting involved and making a difference, both in your life and in the lives of others.
Many of these short runs are to help a charity raise money or increase disease awareness; and you can help.
Jim White, RD, joins Melanie Cole, MS, to help you get motivated and ready to perform. Learn the basics of training to be able to run a short 5K, and see how easy it is to make yourself feel better in the process.