20 Simple Ways to Lose 10 Pounds In a Week
It's certainly easier said than done, as anyone who's tried to add time or distance to a run knows (one mile can feel like 100 if your body isn't ready for that extra bit!). What you need is advice from a runner who really knows what she's doing — so, we tapped Danielle Hopkins, a running instructor and the group fitness manager at Equinox, for some words of wisdom. Follow her expert advice on your next run, and you'll be amazed how long you can last.
"Treadmills are great for structured interval training, but it's too easy to cut the run short when you feel tired," Hopkins says. "Outdoor running will always trump treadmill running in terms of biomechanics and training for real life. You also get the added benefit of being more mentally engaged by the scenery, and responding to changes in your running terrain." | Source