I ran for more than 13, 14 years. I started out meaning to get into shape, so it was a chore. That phase lasted a couple of weeks. Then I started to like it. I started out running slowly and just trying to stay under my “breath threshold”. I’d run for 11 minutes before taking a break, then 13 minutes. Eventually I could go 90 minutes at a stretch.
I kept that up for a long time and really got a lot out of running, but my bones were a little crooked and I started to have some physical problems. I’ve had to go to therapy and pay $$$ to get better.
So. My advice for a new runner is to consult with a podiatrist, or a physical therapist, or a sports-medicine person, or a chiropractor, and let them have a look at you. I am sure a lot of these people would be able to give you you-specific training advice.