We all know that running is one of the best ways to get fit, but little did we all know that running can be beneficial to every part of our bodies, not forgetting that it also boost up our moods. Although running is incredibly beneficial to our health in a lot of ways, it may not be everybody’s favourite form of exercise, knowing that most non-runners sees running as a painful, tedious and exhausting form of exercise that should be avoided unless they are trying to get fit!
Running forces your body to exert excess energy and hormones thus reduces the chances of you getting tension headaches and even migraine. Anyhow, whether you’re having an awful day or you’re in a good mood, running will help to bolster your spirits and make you feel positive!
Did you know that active people are less likely to develop colon cancer? As for the ladies, there are high possibilities that their risk of breast cancer can be reduced up to 30 percent for those who regularly take part in intense workouts such as running, and even jogging!
Boost Your Bones
Running regularly helps to build your bones stronger. How? Running stresses your bones, and then your essential minerals are sent to the bones when under stress, which then makes your bones stronger! Besides, your muscle strengths will also tend to build at the same time too, keeping your bones even healthier as you age
Are You A First Timer?
Well, hello there! If you’re going to start running because of a competition such as a running marathon, it’s best to consult with a doctor first to check up on your health condition. If you’re going to start running to get out of your comfort zone and wanting to try a new form of exercise, it’s always best to start with brisk walking to jogging, and then running, depending on how fast your body adapts.
5 Minute Run
Hey, are you lazy to go through the process of brisk walking to jogging and then running? Yes, it may be a tedious process to go through, but if you really feel like running right away, 5 minutes of running a day is sufficient enough for you, especially when you’re a beginner! Daily run of 5 to 10 minutes per day will help to reduce the risk of fatality compared to not running.