After today's guide, you can run like the Flash...kind of.

So that you’ve determined it’s time to begin operating?

Good! You’ve arrived on the proper place.

We’ve helped 1000’s of individuals run injury-free and practice for his or her first 5k or marathon, and we’ve put collectively the whole lot it’s essential know beneath too! 

Right here’s what we’ll cowl in our information to operating:

Should you’re focused on beginning a correct operating follow (which you’re, ’trigger you’re right here), it’s possible you’ll wish to strive our new app! It comprises a enjoyable journey that may take you from sitting in your sofa to operating a full 5k – with loads of benchmarks in between so that you can discover your groove. No guesswork wanted, simply tie your exhibits and comply with together with the app. 

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Alright, let’s do that factor.

Learn how to Run Correctly Stage 1: Preliminary Conditioning

This LEGO wants to get in shape! These tools will help.

Earlier than you even THINK about strapping on a brand new pair of Nike footwear and going for a run round your neighborhood, we have to get just a few issues straight:

Your physique must have a base degree of health earlier than operating turns into a viable possibility.

Right here’s why operating too early may be dangerous:

  • Each time you run, each time you are taking a step, you set the strain of your complete physique weight on the muscle groups, tendons, and joints in your legs, knees, ankles, toes, and toes.
  • In case you are obese and have improper operating method, which means your joints and tendons are taking an absolute POUNDING for nevertheless many steps you are taking throughout your run: round 6,200 steps in a 5k, 12,200 steps in a 10k, or 50,000+ steps in a marathon.

If you start running before some initial conditioning, you may end up like Andy here.

Your preliminary conditioning for operating will middle on three factors:

#1) Focus in your vitamin. This may mean you can drop some weight which can scale back the impression of operating in your tendons and joints.

#2) Energy Practice. Now we have teaching shoppers who repeatedly injured themselves operating till they began a power coaching follow. After lifting some weights their ligaments grew robust and allowed them to run injury-free. 

When you’ve got no thought tips on how to begin a power coaching follow, give our Newbie Body weight Exercise a strive:

Many a Insurgent have used the exercise to springboard their power coaching journey. 

#3) Lastly let’s add in some exercise that’s low-impact:

  • Strolling – go for a pleasant lengthy stroll round your city, and maintain your head up. Benefit from the surroundings.
  • Mountaineering – my private favourite: get out and see the world!
  • Biking – straightforward in your joints, will get you shifting.
  • Swimming – very low impression because the water holds you up.
  • Elliptical – though I’m not a fan of spending all afternoon in a gymnasium on a treadmill, that is the higher possibility because it removes the chance for joint impression.

Take a look at 40 Methods to Train With out Realizing It for enjoyable actions to maintain your physique shifting!

To Recap: power practice, scale back your calorie consumption, and start a low impression exercise – construct up your basis to prep your physique for operating. The much less weight your physique has to hold round, the much less work your legs and joints should do, the much less probably you’ll be to break your joints and/or injure your self.

Now that you’ve a stable basis and also you’re prepared to begin operating, you possibly can transfer on to the following step.

Should you don’t know the place to begin on altering your weight loss program, or have had hassle with it previously, I acquired you.

We created the Nerd Health Weight loss plan cheat sheet that can assist you get going. It’s a level-up system designed so that you can undertake new wholesome habits, that may stick, by slowly progressing you from a beginner to an knowledgeable.

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Learn how to Run Correctly Stage 2: Heat-Ups for Operating

Does this fireman warm-up before his running? Hopefully.

Earlier than you are taking your first stride as a runner, it’s essential be correctly warmed up.

When most individuals consider warming up, they in all probability consider standing there and doing a little static stretching for 10 minutes…you recognize, to be sure to don’t get injured!

Incorrect! Fail! Stretching earlier than operating can truly improve your threat of harm.[3]

Did Homer get injured by running without proper form?

As an alternative, strive a dynamic warm-up – get your physique correctly warmed up and ready for the pains of operating.

Let’s set you up with just a few completely different choices:

#1) A running-specific warm-up video from my good friend Jason over at Energy Operating, who you’ll see in additional movies beneath:

#2) Coach Staci offering you with a fast sequence to check out:

#3) You can even take a look at our submit “Learn how to Heat Up Correctly” for extra strikes and suggestions.

Identical to with power coaching, if you happen to don’t have time to heat up, you don’t have time to run.

Lower the run quick if it’s essential, however not the warm-up!

Learn how to Run Correctly Stage 3: Appropriate Operating Method

Clearly Sonic knows how to run with proper form.

Should you don’t learn to run accurately, you’re doomed to develop an overuse harm and that’s going to negate the entire cause you began operating within the first place!

For this reason your operating type is so rattling essential: if you run, you’re placing lots of of kilos of strain in your joints and ligaments with every bounding step down the highway. That is then repeated 1000’s of occasions over the course of coaching and a race.

No marvel practically each runner has tons of tales of accidents they’ve needed to cope with. It may be a brutal exercise that may wreak havoc even with good operating mechanics.

With poor operating mechanics, the outcomes are compounded.

  • Not the GOOD type of “compounded” like compound curiosity, which you discovered in 2nd grade with the story about beginning with 1 penny a day and doubling it for 30 days.
  • The BAD type of “compounded” like plantar fasciitis and stress fractures and sore IT bands and torn ligaments and loopy soreness on a regular basis.

You recognize, painful stuff…

Make sure you have your technique down before you start running, because hospitals aren't fun.

We don’t need that.

Be sure to comply with the beneath 5 steps:


A gif showing you proper running form for your Couch to 5K (lean forward).

Lean out of your ankles, and maintain a straight line out of your ankle, by your butt, and as much as your head. Should you’re standing nonetheless with this slight ahead lean, you must really feel such as you’re about to fall ahead.

Simply don’t truly fall ahead.

You want to lean forward while you run, but NOT that forward.

Once you begin operating, gravity will assist maintain you progressing ahead. A correct lean from the ankles retains your physique in alignment and hundreds your muscle groups correctly and effectively.


Cadence is your stride fee, or the variety of steps you are taking per minute. It can in all probability appear bizarre at first, however you’re placing much less stress in your legs with shorter foot strikes.

Your cadence needs to be not less than 170-190 steps per minute if you’re operating at a straightforward, conversational tempo. It can in all probability improve when you begin operating sooner—that’s regular.

“Steve, what the hell do I do with “170-190 steps per minute?”

Nice query. Go to Spotify and search for 170-190BPM playlists, like these which I discovered right here:

Not on Spotify? Cool. (However like, why?) To get a cadence, strive operating to Outkast’s “Hey Ya” and time your strides to match the beat. That’s the cadence you’re in search of:

Analysis has proven[4] that rising your cadence and taking extra steps (round 180 per minute) gives lots of the similar advantages of barefoot operating:

  • Much less impression shock that goes up your legs.
  • Improved operating economic system (or your effectivity, which implies you’ll run sooner with much less effort!).
  • Decreased probability of harm.

You’ll really feel such as you’re taking far more steps than regular – which means you in all probability had poor type earlier than and now you’re fixing it!

In case your legs get to the purpose the place they’re going this quick, let me know:

Yep, just as we thought, Sonic knows how to run.


When your foot comes down and makes contact with the bottom, it needs to be beneath your physique, not in entrance of it.

This gif shows that your foot should be underneath you while running.

Mixed with a fast cadence and a slight ahead lean out of your ankles, you’ll be distributing impression shock evenly—and effectively.

This facet of operating type is commonly passed over by starting runners.

As an alternative of specializing in the place the foot is touchdown in relation to the remainder of the physique, they focus an excessive amount of on operating on their forefoot. Should you don’t land in the precise place first, a midfoot or forefoot strike will solely do extra harm.

As you’re operating, a very good psychological cue is to assume that you just’re simply “placing your foot down” in a straight line beneath your physique.

There’s no reaching or stretching your leg out in entrance of you.

Practising this psychological cue could have your leg touching down virtually precisely beneath your middle of mass, distributing your weight evenly and safely.


Whereas not as necessary as touchdown beneath your middle of mass, turning into a mid-foot striker has a bunch of advantages.

This gif shows that your foot should come down mid-foot when you are running.

It might probably aid you keep away from numerous accidents by absorbing impression shock and stopping a extreme heel placing operating stride.

Heel-striking can’t be completely blamed for accidents and labeled “unhealthy.”

Even elite athletes heel strike after they run races! It’s not completely unhealthy— particularly if you happen to’re placing weight down in your foot simply after you heel strike, as an alternative of straight on the heel.[5]

What you must give attention to is having the next cadence, touchdown beneath your physique, and never aggressively heel placing.

Attempt to land together with your foot flat on the bottom, as an alternative of together with your toes angled upwards.[6]


No person desires to have a look at you operating if you happen to’re flailing your arms wildly everywhere like Elaine dancing from Seinfeld.

Don't do this while running...maybe dancing...maybe. Def not during a 5K.

A great arm swing has your arm bent at about 90 levels and a front-to-back swing (not side-to-side).

Like this gif shows, keep your arms at about 90 degrees while running.

Think about a fake line that goes down your mid-line or middle of your physique. Once you run, your palms mustn’t cross over this imaginary line.

Cup your palms loosely collectively (no clenched fists!) and if you wish to use your arms for momentum, pump your elbows, not your palms.

When you incorporate these modifications into your operating type, you’ll really feel much more comfy and your harm threat goes to plummet.

For further credit score, be taught to run softly and quietly.

Foot stomping isn’t allowed and will get more and more harder as you strategy 180 steps per minute.

A couple of different stuff you need to bear in mind:

  • Hold a tall again, chest up. No slouching.
  • Look 30-50 meters in entrance of you – not head down your toes.

Each are straightforward cues to maintain an athletic posture and good operating type.

Return by and skim this part just a few extra occasions. We all know it’s a LOT to consider whereas operating, however it’s extremely necessary.

Should you get an opportunity, have someone movie you operating, after which watch your tape again to see the way you’re doing.

I ought to observe that we offer type checks to our teaching shoppers. Via our superior app, you possibly can report a video of your operating type or train method and ship it proper to your coach! That manner you possibly can know your operating and coaching safely and accurately!

Learn how to Run Correctly Stage 4: Stroll Earlier than You Run

Even if you go snail-pace, walking is a great way to start running.

Beginning a operating follow may be daunting. 

That’s why I truly suggest strolling first. I discussed earlier that strolling may help construct the inspiration of an important operating follow.

Walking is great and fun, as this cartoon man clearly knows.

When you’re comfy shifting slightly bit, a super approach to truly begin operating is to alternate between a brisk stroll and a jog. This may help you construct up some power so you possibly can run at a extra fixed tempo.

Attempt the next 5 steps to begin your operating follow:

  1. Get comfy strolling for 20 minutes. That’s it. Stroll round your neighborhood just a few occasions per week, till it is a cake-walk.[7]
  2. Bump it as much as half-hour. After 20 minutes is not any downside, take it to the following degree for a 30-minute stroll. As soon as you possibly can deal with this fantastic, we will begin choosing up the tempo.
  3. Begin run/strolling. Stroll as you’ve gotten been for 10 minutes. Then, decide up the tempo for a light-weight jog for a minute (or 30 seconds if that is too powerful). Give your self a pair extra minutes of strolling (or longer) earlier than you begin jogging once more. Do that for about 10 minutes, then stroll usually for the final 10 minutes. You’ll nonetheless are available at half-hour to your train.
  4. Now, run for longer. When you’re comfy holding a one-minute jog, let’s take it up a notch. We’ll nonetheless have you ever heat up for 10 minutes of strolling, however if you jog, strive going for a minute and a half. If this appears straightforward, go for two minutes! Alternate to a slower stroll every time it’s essential catch your breath.
  5. Earlier than you recognize it, you may be a runner. As you increase your jogging time, decrease the period of time you stroll. At this level, you’re mainly operating with some quick strolling breaks. Which is okay! That is how individuals begin to run and plenty of proceed to alternate between strolling and jogging eternally. Even if you happen to get to the level of operating races, there’s nothing improper with taking some strolling breaks. You do you.

Alright, we’ve talked about method, plus some suggestions for getting up and operating.[8]

Nonetheless, I do know you’re gonna ask, so let’s speak about what kicks you must rock.

Which Sneakers Are Finest for Operating?

Is this shoe ideal for running? Let's find out!

There are 4 elements to search for in any shoe.

If the shoe doesn’t meet these 4 standards, then your foot goes to be compromised.

shoe for operating has:

  1. Minimal “heel drop:” a decrease heel-toe top distinction.
  2. A large toe field that enables your foot to unfold because it lands on the bottom with every step.
  3. A pliable backside that enables your toes to bend to a full ninety levels of flexion as you step.
  4. One thing to connect it to your ankle space.

Let’s have a look at every in a bit extra element:

1. Minimal heel-toe top distinction (aka “drop”). When your shoe raises your heel larger than your forefoot (aka “heel elevate”), your ankle and decrease leg are being positioned in a barely shortened place for the length that you just’re carrying the footwear.

When your leg muscle groups are thrown right into a barely unnatural place, it means the mobility of your ankle will endure… and it will restrict all types of issues together with your operating gait.[9]

This doesn’t simply imply excessive heels both…though operating in heels is ridiculous.

This consists of most common footwear which have a cumbersome heel and decrease toe. In lots of footwear, you’ll see this distinction between heel and forefoot known as a “drop,” so “zero-drop” footwear are footwear the place heel and forefoot are on the similar top.

Verify to see what your present footwear weigh, and every time you purchase a brand new pair of footwear, work your manner in direction of an increasing number of minimal footwear – all the way down to 10 oz or so (which might qualify them as “minimalist shoe” in our e book).

Our recommendation can be to not go too far beneath 7-8 ounces.

The massive query: “Ought to I be doing barefoot operating?” – Sometimes, and with correct type, SURE. However don’t simply placed on a pair of Vibram 5 Finger toe footwear and go run a 5k on concrete tomorrow. That’s a recipe for catastrophe.

2. A large toe field that enables your foot to unfold because it lands on the bottom with every step. With every step you are taking, your foot truly spreads wider upon touchdown. That is inconceivable to your foot to do when it’s in a shoe that’s too slender.

If the toe field just isn’t not less than as large as your foot if you’re standing in your foot, whereas it’s bearing your weight, that’s an issue to your foot. Know that as your foot turns into extra ‘pure’ it’s attainable it should it might widen additional, because the muscle groups and bones reposition themselves.

Ft crammed right into a shoe is like placing a leash on Sonic the Hedgehog: they wish to be free!

3. A pliable backside that enables your toes to bend totally as you step. Your nice toe is supposed to flex to ninety levels as you progress by the gait cycle. See beneath:

You want your shoe to have some "give" so it can move naturally.

In case your shoe doesn’t enable this resulting from a tough sole, your toes received’t be capable to transfer as properly, and the gentle tissues of your foot will get weaker from not getting used totally.

PLUS, if you aren’t flexing your large toe often, your physique will begin to lose the power to make use of that joint totally. This could result in all types of issues. Doh!

4. It’s strapped to your foot. If the shoe isn’t strapped round your ankle, your toes are going to seize on the shoe to maintain it on with each step you are taking. This makes a few of your foot bones push down and a few of your foot bones elevate up.

That shift means you modify the quantity of forces on every bone. Over time, this may result in stress fractures and tissue accidents.

Take a look at the video beneath from motion specialist Kelly Starrett:

For every level above, this isn’t an “all or nothing” state of affairs. Just like your vitamin, do the most effective you possibly can when you possibly can, and work your manner into operating with a minimalist shoe.

If you wish to be taught extra about correct footwear, be sure to take a look at “A Nerd’s Information to Wholesome Ft,” written by Kate Galliett of

Lastly, if you wish to be taught extra about the advantages of ditching your footwear altogether, you possibly can take a look at our article “Is Barefoot Operating Actually Higher for You?

The place Can I Go for a Run? What’s the Finest Floor to Run On?

As we'll discover, running on a dirt road could actually be ideal for a running practice.

For probably the most half, it doesn’t actually matter what floor you run on in case your type is nice and also you’re resting sufficient to get better between your exercises. 

However every floor does have an effect on your physique in several methods, so you must know the professionals and cons of every one.

#1) Asphalt (highway)

Roads can be good for running, but we need to talk about the "slope."

Folks have been operating on the roads since they have been first paved over 100 years in the past. Most individuals run completely on the roads since they’re the most typical floor that’s accessible for operating.

There’s nothing inherently improper with highway operating. It’s secure and has a comparatively predictable floor so that you in all probability received’t twist an ankle.[10] 

 So long as you’re avoiding vehicles and operating AGAINST the circulation of site visitors (so you possibly can see approaching vehicles) you’ll be protected.

The hazard of roads comes if you run on the identical aspect of the highway on a regular basis. 

The downside lies with the highway’s slope. 

For drainage causes, each highway has a slight slope towards the curb. Should you’re all the time operating in opposition to the circulation of site visitors your left leg goes to be barely decrease than your proper. The answer is to change sides of the highway, however provided that site visitors situations enable. 

#2) Concrete (most sidewalks)

Sidewalks can be okay to run on, but they don't have much give. Be careful.

Most sidewalks are fabricated from concrete, not asphalt, and are literally lots tougher than the highway itself. This isn’t essentially a downside, however you may be experiencing extra impression forces on concrete than the highway. Should you do numerous operating on the sidewalk, make sure that your type is pretty much as good as it may be![11] 

#3) Grass (fields)

Be very careful running on a grass field, because you might trip.

Except the grass may be very hard-packed and easy, I don’t suggest operating on it for an extended time period. Grass may be very gentle so that you received’t be sending jarring impression forces up by your legs like concrete, however the uneven floor goes to interrupt up your stride and you can tweak your ankle or a muscle in your foot.

Some grass is nice to run on, although. The tougher and smoother it’s, the higher it’s for operating…like a golf course.[12]

 Golf courses can actually be great to run this dog knows.

#4) Filth or crushed gravel trails

If you can find a good one, gravel trails are the way to go for running.

Clean dust or crushed gravel (very fantastic— not large chunks of gravel you discover in some driveways!) are among the greatest operating surfaces. Just like the laborious grass floor of a golf course, dust and crushed gravel trails supply the identical impact-dissipating qualities whereas nonetheless retaining agency footing. It’s the most effective of each worlds.

You’ll discover most of these trails at bigger parks with strolling paths or in nationwide/state parks with well-maintained trails. 

#5) Single-track trails

HIking trails are great for running, just be careful you don't trip and fall.

Assume sharp turns, rocks, roots, stream crossings, hills, and the rest Mom Nature can throw at you. In a phrase: FUN.

These trails are often slender and stuffed with obstacles. The hills, route modifications, and irregular surfaces will power you to make use of numerous stabilizing muscle groups in your decrease legs. This could possibly be good for constructing power. 

#6) Observe

The problem with tracks is the whole "always turning left" thing.

Discovered at most native excessive colleges and faculties, a 400-meter outside observe gives an important coaching place for exercises.[13] However that’s what they’re for: exercises. Not day-after-day operating!

The floor is forgiving like hard-packed dust or a really agency golf course. However whereas the floor is nice, the turns are what makes a observe not excellent for on a regular basis coaching. By doing your entire operating on a observe, you’re continuously turning left and setting your self up for muscle imbalances.

You’re higher off operating someplace the place the turns are diverse so that you expose your self to completely different stresses as an alternative of the identical factor over and over. That’s how overuse accidents occur. Tracks are for sooner exercises, not straightforward distance runs.


Your coaching would ideally be a mix of all the surfaces which might be accessible to you. Exposing your physique to as a lot selection as attainable will provide you with a greater probability at stopping harm because you’re not doing the identical factor over and over.

The few varieties of operating surfaces that lend themselves to extra frequent coaching are: 

  • Clean dust trails
  • Crushed gravel paths
  • Arduous-packed grass (like a golf fairway).

The footing is bound and the floor isn’t too gentle or agency.

Restrict your operating on concrete and technical trails due to the harm threat. Most sidewalks are made out of concrete and are extremely laborious. Throw a tennis ball on one to see for your self—it’ll shoot proper up into the air due to the returned power. Those self same forces are being returned into your legs if you run on them. 

Technical trails current a distinct problem: roots, streams, rocks, and uneven terrain. 

With some practice, trail running can great for running. Just be careful and take your time!

Run sparingly!

technique to make use of when deciding the place to run is to determine how your physique feels. 

Should you’re sore or have a young muscle, run on a softer floor. A dust path or well-manicured subject will aid you get better higher than the roads. 

However if you happen to’re doing a exercise, you wish to keep away from technical trails or concrete sidewalks. Choose the observe, a transparent dust path, or a highway and not using a extreme camber.

Will Operating Assist Me Lose Weight? (Make Certain You Like Operating!)

Is there a faster delivery runner than the Flash? Doubtful.

When individuals inform me they’re going to begin a operating routine, I all the time ask: “Nice! Do you get pleasure from operating?”

If the reply is “No, not likely” then I’d say, “Attention-grabbing. Then….why operating?”

Yeah, it can be a little confusing when people start running, even though they don't like it.

Most individuals assume operating = weight reduction. Should you’re model new to well being and health, and also you’re attempting to drop some weight, you’re more than likely overwhelmed at what you must begin with and the way you must practice.

So let’s reply the query “will operating assist me drop some weight?”


Operating will aid you drop some weight if you happen to do two issues:

  1. You run persistently.
  2. You repair your weight loss program.

Operating received’t aid you drop some weight if you happen to do two issues:

  1. You run persistently.
  2. You don’t repair your weight loss program.

As attractive as it’s to assume that simply going for a run will aid you drop some weight, the info doesn’t again it up. Time Journal rightly pointed this out years in the past, and acquired yelled at for telling the reality, that train alone received’t make you drop some weight.[2]

I consider that to be very true when train is barely steady-speed cardio.

Homer is doing Couch to 5K...week 1.

In actual fact, many individuals achieve weight after beginning an train routine and get utterly demoralized.

What offers?

As we are saying right here at Nerd Health, you possibly can’t outrun your fork, and vitamin is 90% of the battle.

Should you go for a mile run after which stuff your face with further energy “since you earned it,” you’re going to achieve weight.

It’s not as a result of you’ve gotten a gradual metabolism, I promise. It’s as a result of you’re consuming too many energy.

It is a frequent mistake: not fixing your vitamin if you happen to’re operating for weight reduction!

If this have been a film, vitamin can be Tom Cruise in Mission: Inconceivable and train is that humorous sidekick who helps Tom. Let’s be actual right here, Tom is doing all the heavy lifting to make that film what it’s.

Tom Cruise is the heart of Mission Impossible, like nutrition is the heart of weight loss.

Whereas train is necessary for well being, it doesn’t should be operating. It can come from actions you DO get pleasure from:

No matter…

If you don't like running, playing sports can offer a lot of the same benefits.

Now, if you happen to reply the query “do you even like operating?” with one thing like:

  • “Sure! I like operating.”
  • “I like interval coaching and sprints.”
  • “I don’t adore it, however I would like to finish it for a health check.”
  • “I’m operating a 5k for charity/work and wish to do properly.”
  • “Not but, however I believe I might…”
  • “I like how I really feel AFTER a run.”

…then we will proceed the dialog!

The proper place to proceed the dialog?

Our new app! Now we have an journey that takes all the knowledge on this information and gives it with actionable steps (hehe) so that you can stand up and operating. No extra “am I doing it proper?” simply comply with the app and know you’re coaching accurately. 

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How Do I Begin Operating? (Subsequent Steps)

You can now begin your running practice!

When you get comfy operating round your neighborhood or park, you can begin serious about taking it to the following degree.

Have you ever ever considered operating a race? They could be a lot of enjoyable!

Right here’s a clip from a race years in the past the place I dressed up like a Caveman with 20 of my buddies and raised 1000’s of {dollars} for youths with most cancers to go to summer time camp!

If you wish to learn to get began, be sure to take a look at our article “Sofa to 5K.” We cowl the favored program and provides our tackle operating your first race.

Simply be sure to don’t make these 5k errors:

If you’d like much more steering on long-distance operating, I’ll level you once more to my buddy Jason Fitzgerald’s fantastic web site Energy Operating. I attain out to Jason every time I would like recommendation on correct operating (together with the information discovered on this submit).

You can even take a look at this interview I did with Jason, the place we focus on operating, correct weight loss program, and Star Wars.

There’s some overlap…

 Being shot at will definitely motivate you to run, but we advise against it.

Alright, I believe you’re able to lace up and head out the door!

Need slightly extra assist getting going? A slight nudge to get you out of the door?

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Now, your flip!

Are you an avid runner?

Do you’ve gotten any suggestions for Rebels simply lacing up?

Or are you want me, and solely run when one thing is chasing you?

Tell us within the feedback!


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