The most important are shoes. If the shoes are bad - you can get a painful injury very quickly. The second important point is to start with short distances and increase them gradually. If you can't do it at first, don't give up, just try again. Over time, it will definitely be better (at least that's what they say 😉). You also have to remember to run in the right place - running on the street and inhaling exhaust fumes can do more harm. It's best to run in a park or forest, and if someone has the opportunity like us - at the seaside.
I always thought it was best to run when it is warm. However, it turned out that the best temperature is around 13-15 degrees. Then the body does not get tired so much, and running becomes more comfortable. When I run regularly I suspect that the temperature doesn't matter anymore. If you catch a running bug, any weather is good for running.
Girls, are any of you running? Maybe you have some advice for beginner runners. I would like to read how it was at your beginning 🙂