Humans evolved to be great walkers and runners. Specifically, the human body evolved to adapt to long distances and periods of walking and running. It may seem counter-intuitive because we think that humans love being sedentary—but the fact is straight—we love to walk, and it's time we pay tribute to our nature.
Exercise is an essential part to a healthy lifestyle and losing weight. If running is you exercise of choice, here are 11 ways you can rev up your running program for to get the most out of it.
The human body is amazing—it performs tasks for extended periods and repairs whatever damage these tasks do to it. It may sound a bit superficial, but the human body is capable of repairing itself. The repair mechanism starts fast during childhood and, depending on a person’s diet, and lifestyle may dwindle as one gets old.
Running soon after eating a meal does not only cause an upset stomach, but it will also affect your performance. Right after a meal, a person may feel sluggish, and this will affect your motivation to exercise as well as your performance.
How long to wait to run after eating depends on how much you have eaten as well as the type of food you consumed. Also, it depends on how big you are and how fast or slow your digestive system works.
Running without socks has been practiced since the start of humankind. Running shoes were just recent discoveries for runners and athletes. But nowadays, barefoot running has become well-known again. However, how are you going to run barefoot without getting hurt? Find out how it is possible to run sockless without getting injured in this article.
"To eat is a necessity, but to eat intelligently is an art." Many of us have been eating one of the most common vegetable Okra or 'Lady Finger' in our routine diet, but very few of us are aware of the high nutritional and health benefits attached to it.
For many, running is an outlet, a release and exoneration of a long day or an even longer week. For others, it’s the build up, the training to something great like participating in a marathon or qualifying event. No matter the passion that drives you to run, if foot pain is keeping you from hitting the pavement (or trails), don’t miss these 5 tips: