Endurance is very important for many sports-especially running. It takes a lot of time, practice and patience to build your endurance. Below are some tips that will help you boost your endurance.
Find a motivation to run. What is the reason for wanting to run? Make a motivational board that you can look at every day, to remind yourself of what motivates you to run. Running is very competitive and if you have motivation then it will be much easier to accomplish goals after failure.
Drink and eat properly before going on a run. Several people try to stay on strict diets that are not rich in nutrients. If you have a poor diet it makes it much more difficult to run long distance because you will have a low amount of energy. To avoid this make sure you eat a plentiful amount of carbs and protein. Also, drink a lot of water to keep yourself hydrated. Lack of water can cause a fatigue feeling.
Take one step at a time but challenge yourself. Do not overdue yourself when it comes to running; overdoing yourself can cause injuries. Take one step at a time. Make a goal for yourself that is not too challenging but goes beyond what you can easily do. For example, if you can run 2 laps around the track, try doing 3 laps around the track.
Make a daily running schedule. It is important to run daily to make sure you keep making progress. A good way to fit running training in a busy schedule is by breaking up routines in increments. For example, I run ten minutes in the morning, fifteen minutes in the afternoon and twenty minutes at night.
Get plenty of rest. Your body needs and deserves a lot of rest. Think about all that your body does for you on a daily basis. Sleep is needed for your body to function correctly to the best of its abilities. Try to reach for at least seven hours of sleep a night. Sleeping also helps rejuvenate your energy.