Become a runner or a better one with advice from our experts
Running may be the most basic form of exercise there is. Apart from decent shoes, there's really nothing else it requires: no team, no equipment or fancy gear, no arena or field. It's just one step in front of the other, anywhere, as fast or slow as you like.
That doesn't mean there aren't ways to get good at it, and to do that safely. Over the years, we've talked to NAIT fitness experts and alumni about their approach to the sport. Here we offer advice on everything from running's most elemental aspects to how to transform yourself into a lean, mean marathon machine.