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One should begin with a short warm up of walking around; not taking more than two three minutes. After that one should start jogging. The first starting goal starting should be distance and time and not speed. A beginner jog may not be that impressive and one should not go much faster than three and a half to four miles an hour.Vary the above mentioned steps when first starting out to see what works best. This will result in getting to know if one is comfortable with shorter strides or longer strides.

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Build your stamina and learn to balance: Dancing allows you to learn balancing your body perfectly. All you need to do is dance regularly and you will learn balancing better. You should dance along with the rhythm of the music. You can also try new steps that you saw on the television. Whichever step you find yourself comfortable with just use it to dance and have fun along with it.

While you are working out, it is helpful to crank up the sound on your mp3 player. There is scientific evidence showing that music improves workouts by distracting you from the fatigue that you are feeling. When you are deciding on music to work out to, pick songs that will uplift you and make you want to move. Your body will naturally adapt to the rhythm of the song. This is an excellent way to ensure that you keep a steady pace throughout your workout. To make the time go by even faster, feel free to sing along!

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