Beginners who want to run in the wild need to pay attention to a number of things so as not to experience undesirable events, including injuries. Running is much loved in Indonesia today. Not only run in sloping areas such as around the field or in a sports hall, but there are also many people who practice this sport in the wild.
The many open landscapes that have a beautiful view make running on the path of forests, hills, grasslands, and beaches attractive to many people. Running in the wild is more tiring than in the gently sloping terrain. However, fatigue paid off because running in the open can be done while enjoying the beautiful scenery. However, running in the wild requires a lot of preparation. This is because the track that is passed by the runners is not necessarily smooth and friendly. Therefore, beginners who want to run in the wild must really prepare themselves and practice facing a heavy trajectory.
The following tips are suggestions from Ruth Theresia, a cross-country runner, ultra marathoner, and 100KM female champion at the 2017 Trail Running.
1. Choose an easy track According to Ruth Theresia, cross-country running is often identified with extreme terrain. Though not always like that because the terrain conditions are always diverse and some are friendly to beginners though. Ruth also recommends a number of hilly areas that are suitable as a running track for beginners.
2. Find a track that has a beautiful view Ruth suggested that beginners … Read More