20. Take five minutes after a run to do nothing
Most people have other things to do after a run. However, going for a run will deplete your energy. Try taking five minutes afterwards to actively rest, so you feel more prepared for the other things you have planned.
21. Listen to music while you run
Although some runners prefer silence when they run, others often find music is beneficial to their run. Whether it is rock or classical, music can help motivate you to keep going, while distracting you from any tiredness that you may feel.
22. Make sure iron is in your diet
Runners often struggle with iron deficiency which can leave you feeling tired and drained. Make sure you have enough iron in your diet by stocking up on iron filled foods such as dark meats, eggs, fish and kidney beans.
23. Clear your mind
Trying to change your running style can often make it worse. Studies have consistently shown that enforced changes while running can make the runner less efficient. Clear your mind and let your body find its own way to run.
24. Try lunges
Practice lunges to help you raise your knees as you run, reducing your chance of injury while improving some of the main muscles you use to run.
25. Run on your forefoot
Running can be very hard on your joints, especially the joints in your heels. Teach your body to land on your forefoot with this running tip – draw a line of chalk on the floor, then practice jump-roping on the line with one foot, while landing on your forefoot.
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