I get out first thing,otherwise i wouldnt go,too many things can get in the way later in the day.Its a great metabalism booster and the benifit from that early run can carry right through the day
I have to 2nd that. I initially started running last June in my cheap old trainers, I didnt realise just how flat footed I was and after a few weeks ended up with very painful knees and could hardly walk for a several weeks after and needed physio.I can't agree with that. Skipping the gait analysis and decent shoes could guarantee that a beginning runner doesn't enjoy running and could lead to injury. Hit up a running specialty store and get some advice on picking runners, then get a decent pair of shoes. Your feet will thank you.