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Jeremy lost 150 POUNDS!

“I’d go out to a track and run the straight and walk the rest of the lap. Each time I’d go out and add a straight and eventually got to a point where I could run one time around the track. That was a huge milestone.”

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Lose Weight, Feel Great & Start Running!


Not many people ever forget a first run. And not usually because it’s such an awesome experience. What many remember is how gripped with fear they felt. It’s not the fear of cars or dogs or even the discomfort of pushing your body. It’s that someone might see you … and laugh. “Look at that girl trying to work out. She’s not a runner.” They would find it hilarious that someone who clearly never intentionally sweats would be making an effort to do so.

The Runner’s World Big Book of Running for Beginners is here to help you overcome your fears. Running can help you lose and maintain weight, keep your blood pressure and cholesterol low, and most importantly, allow you to live life to the fullest and be the best version of yourself.

In The Runner’s World Big Book of Running for Beginners, you’ll find everything you need to take your first steps. You’ll get sage advice from the experts at Runner’s World about everything running — from what to wear (and what not to wear) and picking the right shoes, gear, and running buddy to getting motivated to get out of bed. Learn how to fuel up for runs but still lose weight, how to be flexible, and how to set realistic goals.

Our simple 5-step training plan takes you from walking to running farther and faster than you ever thought possible!


Start Walking

Get into a routine and build your leg strength.


Start Running

Introduce short bursts of running and avoid injury.



Run Nonstop

Learn how to run 30 minutes nonstop.



Run Farther

Develop the endurance to run 6 miles straight.



Run Faster

Build your speed so you can toe the starting line with confidence.


This is the most extensive book of running for beginners available!

Q: Do walking and running burn the same amount of calories?

A: Running a mile burns roughly 26 percent more calories than walking a mile, according to an article in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning. Why? When you walk, you keep your legs mostly straight, and your center of gravity rides smoothly on top of your legs. In running, we actually jump from one foot to the other. Each jump raises our center of gravity when we take off and lowers it when we land, since we bend the knee to absorb the shock. This rise and fall of our weight requires a tremendous amount of energy on both takeoff and landing, which burns more calories.

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