How to Get a Runner's Body 🏃🏼 without Running a Single Mile🚶🏼🙋🏼 ...


You’ve probably dreamed of having a runner’s body at some point in your life.

Whatever the reason though—an injury, location, lack of desire, or otherwise—you never really got into running.

But just because you aren’t a runner doesn’t mean you can’t have a runner’s body!2

Check out these simple yet effective ways to get a runner’s body without running a single mile.

1. Melt off the Fat

Running, as you know, is a form of cardio.

In order to get a runner’s body though, your cardio doesn’t necessarily have to be running.

Biking, rowing, swimming, and other cardio workouts will help you burn off tons of fat.

Melting off the fat is the first step in earning a lean runner’s body!2

2. Take Your Time

Twelve and fifteen-minute workouts are really convenient for busy women like yourself, but those quick bursts of cardio won’t help you attain the type of body you desire.

Runners, unless they’re sprinters, exercise for long periods of time, running several miles every time they hit the track.

Even if you aren’t running, make sure your moderate-intensity cardio lasts about an hour or more for that extended period of fat-burning fun!

3. Hydrate Yourself

You’ve probably seen athletes carrying around gallons of water to nourish their bodies throughout the day to recover from or prepare for an event later.

Well, if you want bodies like theirs, you have to drink tons of water, too!

Drinking a gallon a day will suppress hunger, increase your metabolism, and hydrate your cells.2

You’ll have a runner’s body much faster if you drink as much water as they do!

4. Go to Bed Hungry

Everything tastes better at midnight, doesn’t it?

But you’ll have to sacrifice those late-night treats if you really want to lean out.

Going to bed slightly hungry increases your chances of getting your dream body!

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