So You Want To Du Part 2: The Training

At the end of the day, you want go into your first duathlon confident and prepared. Proper training is important to help the body get used to the physical and mental demands of moving quickly from one discipline to the next. Brick training helps you to learn how pace yourself and know what your body is going to feel like on race day. It also helps shorten the time your legs take to start feeling more normal thus allowing you to run better and faster.

Take The Stairs Instead

Stair running is superb training especially for running albeit it is tougher than most people realize. Running stairs can help you lose weight and tone the muscles of your legs, while improving your cardiovascular fitness. Best of all, it is an exercise that doesn't require any special equipment or an expensive gym membership.

Start Running...Keep Running

Running is the simplest forms of exercise that anyone can do as well as one of the cheapest. You can run pretty much anywhere and you decide what time of the day that you want to run. As far as costs, the most money you would normally spend on running would be for a good pair of running shoes. Best of all, unlike many popular fitness trends, you don’t have to pay a monthly membership fee or buy a package to go running.