Problem: Huffing and Puffing
Quick Fix: Start Slowly
Many runners err by going out too fast. A starting pace that's even a few seconds too speedy can lead to major discomfort. If you're out of breath even after an easy run, slow down the first miles of your next run by one to two minutes per mile. There's no such thing as taking it too slowly from the start.
A dynamic warm up might help too.