When I teach beginners how to start running, I have them running for 15 to 30 seconds, followed by a minute of walking, repeated 10 times. And the first question I get almost every single time is, “Is that enough?”
After a request from a member of our community, we’re revisiting a topic that I covered over three years ago. So many people find it hard to wrap their heads around running for 20 seconds at a time, but my goal is to show you why consistently running in 20-second intervals will lead to amazing results on your running journey.
Tune in today as I offer my answer to the question, “Is 20 seconds of running enough?” I’m inviting you to question what “enough” means to you, the detriments of believing a 20-second interval is too short, and showing you how to identify what amount of running feels good to you.
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What You’ll Learn From This Episode:
- Why people ask me if 20 seconds of running is enough.
- My answer to this question.
- What massive action means and why it’s so powerful.
- The detriments of believing 20 seconds is too short to make a difference.
- Why thinking 20 seconds isn’t enough will lead to quitting.
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