Setting running rhythm

Discussion in 'General Fitness' started by Cwazee Yeti, Aug 30, 2004.

  1. Cwazee Yeti

    Cwazee Yeti Guest

    As someone just returning to running after many years, do you guys
    have any suggestions on setting a running rhythm/pace when running by
    yourself?

    I do an occasional run with a partner and have no problems running
    30-45 minutes at a good pace. But when I try running alone, I can't
    seem to find my rhythm--that comfomfortable "zone" I get when I run
    with a partner or group.

    I tried to listen to music, hoping that will help me manage a steadier
    pace, but the music pumps me up too much and I end up going too fast
    at the beginning and then fading after about 20 minutes!!!

    Thanks!
     
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  2. >As someone just returning to running after many years, do you guys
    >have any suggestions on setting a running rhythm/pace when running by
    >yourself?
    >
    >I do an occasional run with a partner and have no problems running
    >30-45 minutes at a good pace. But when I try running alone, I can't
    >seem to find my rhythm--that comfomfortable "zone" I get when I run
    >with a partner or group.
    >
    >I tried to listen to music, hoping that will help me manage a steadier
    >pace, but the music pumps me up too much and I end up going too fast
    >at the beginning and then fading after about 20 minutes!!!
    >
    >Thanks!


    Practice. Try this: Left, right. Left, right. Repeat.
     
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