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If you are new to running, it’s important to set small and achievable goals so that you have a positive experience from the start. ‘Becoming a runner is about progressing from being somebody who struggles with the concept of going for a run, to being someone who can just go. There are a lot of steps between the two. Small, digestible efforts are important,’ says Kevin Betts, a personal trainer, running coach and co-founder of virtual running club runthings.co.uk.

‘Your first sessions should incorporate as much walking as

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