Running is not considered easy even by professional athletes. Of course, the more you do it, the more conditioned your body becomes, and the easier it feels. But no two runs are ever the same, and some days, it can be really tough to get through a few miles. There are, however, a few things you can do to make it easier on yourself:
To make a run feel easier, every runner should start with a 5- to 15-minute dynamic warm-up that includes movements such as high-knee marches that stretch your muscles as you move. Getting your blood pumping, loosening up your muscles, and heating up your core will make the first few miles easier on your body and also reduce the risk for injury.