I ran a mile the other day.
I looked back at when I last ran that far. It had been a long time. Months and months.
So I started by trying to run a mile. I made it!
But that's not the point.
The point is: I started.
My pace? 9:33/mi.
Also, not the point.
To run 100 miles later, I needed to start.
I started with a mile.
You could start by walking a 1/4 mile.
I've heard Couch to 5k has been really helpful for some people.
(fyi: 100 miles in a month is roughly 5k/day! That doesn't mean a Freecember challenge isn't for you. Maybe your Freecember challenge is to walk a mile a day or to run 100k or to do yoga 10x or a yogathon or complete Couch to 5k)
I've had some trouble with my IT band in the past. So I've also started with one set each of: side leg lifts, no-weights squats and planks.
I kind of have a little to no idea what I'm doing, but someone suggested I incorporate yoga, and I've heard some about HIIT.
And I might try out Aaptiv and see how that goes.
BTW, Freecember Team Captain registration opens October 1st!
That'll be T - 60 days to Freecember.
Plenty of time to get ready for your Freecember Challenge : )