So I was wondering if anyone could help me out. Currently in the middle of my application process to joining my local fire service, and I’ve just started running. I’m exactly a week in, and today’s run went well by my own personal standards (sucks in everyone else’s eyes haha). <div>
</div><div>I managed to run 2.5 miles in 28 minutes. Which is a big achievement for me, I was just wondering how I can prevent myself from stopping so much? I’ve read that I need to start off slower, but personally when I begin at a slower pace I have less gas in the tank left towards the end. I was just wondering if anyone else has had this, and how I can overcome this?
I’m enjoying running, and I’m up for trying anything to better myself. </div><div>
</div><div>Thanks in advance!