I hate running on a treadmill. I always run outdoors. For those who like to run indoors on a treadmill, I encourage you to get outside but if you need to run indoors, read these articles.
When you run outside , you don't think twice about where to stare: You look straight ahead in the direction that you're traveling. But the treadmill presents more options for your gaze-a TV screen overhead, an instructor moving about the room, a magazine covering up your console.
There's a reason the treadmill is jokingly referred to as the "dreadmill" in the running community. It can be boring, tedious and, with all that effort, you don't even go anywhere. But on brutally cold days and in between packed holiday schedules, it's often an evil necessity for wintertime runners.
Here are some of the most common treadmill running mistakes and how to avoid them, from improper running form to running at the same pace.
But there are many ways to make treadmill running less boring. Best Treadmill Workouts You can convert almost any standard outdoor workout to the treadmill.
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