In our first article on “How To Go About Your Beach Run This Summer” we did touch on two aspects that are to be considered in an event that you are planning on running on the beach. For instance we have already talked about the importance of wearing shoes as well as the importance of taking it slow in an event that you are new to the beach run exercise. In this article, we will pick up where we left off by giving you two other tips that will help you out the next time you are running at the beach.
Stick To The Shoreline
As a beginner, I would suggest that you stick to running at the shoreline. At the shoreline, the sand is usually very thick and packed and as a result they won’t be a very huge difference if compared to the normal running that you are used to. You can proceed to raising your running time from 5 to 7 minutes, then to 10 and so on.
Consider Going Barefoot
After one week of running at the beach with your shoes, you can opt to actually go barefoot. That said, do remember to stick to the wet sand, don’t start running in other places. After some weeks start to running on the softer sand. This is where the benefits are actually enormous. The soft sand basically grabs your calf muscles as well Achilles into strengthening, overdrive muscles.
So there you have it guys, tips on “How To Go About Your Beach Run This Summer”