If you've ever kinda thought about maybe trying out running, you totally should go for it.
1. Have realistic expectations for your first few weeks of running.
2. Get fitted for sneakers at a speciality shop.
3. And then buy last year's version of those sneakers to save some coin.
4. Use a Couch to 5K app that eases you into running.
5. Do lots of walking, especially in the very beginning.
6. Track every run so you can see your progress and make notes about your workouts.
7. Get moisture-wicking underwear.
Lots of apparel comes in quick-dry and moisture-wicking varieties, but there's one place that's way more uncomfortable when it's mega swampy: your undercarriage. So, if you're choosing where to invest, get a few pairs of quick-dry undies and you'll be cooler in summer, warmer in winter, and less likely to chafe year round.