I have started to be interested in running 2 years back and have been running consistently since then. Thus, I am quite excited when I get to know that PLR.me releases a new PLR packs related running topics. This latest pack is named: Everything You Need To Know To Start Running
It comes in the following type:
PLR.me – eBook Review
As usual, the ebook pack come with document in MS Words, PDF and Apple Pages formats. It also comes with 3 eCover images. The eBook consists of about 25,000 words. Below is an extract from the eBook:
“Traditional paths are made by others. Your path should always be made by you.” -Richard Middaugh
It can be challenging to fit running into your already existing schedule. It might feel daunting to incorporate this new habit into your routine.
If you feel daunted, remember that the feeling is normal! Especially when you’re starting something new. Although it may be hard to take on the challenge, even running for 10 minutes each day can have a positive impact on your life.
In addition to preventing chronic health issues, running can help you boost your energy, lighten your mood, and benefit your sleep.
It’s all about finding the motivation to get started! The longer you put off and overthink stepping out that door, the harder it will be. Make getting out the door as easy as possible for yourself by committing to just putting on your shoes and running for two minutes.
And then when you come back from your run each day, celebrate! Getting out the door is not an easy task, nor is pushing your body physically. Remind yourself that all progress is progress, and you are doing an amazing job towards achieving your goals!
PLR.me – Worksheet Review
Similar to the eBook pack, it comes in 3 formats: MS Words, PDF and Apple Pages. It also comes with 3 eCover images. In term of content, it consists of 5 questions (about 230 words).
PLR.me – Checklist Review
The pack consists of the following checklists (about 780 words):
- New Runner
- Enhance Your Running Form
- 7 Week Walking Plan
- Cough To 5k
- Run Walk Program
Sample of the checklist: