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:
Tough mudder works in testing your mental strength and determination. With that in mind, it is also necessary for you to find the right pair of shoes, which is tough enough to help you succeed the activity.
When discussing both gym based training and cardiovascular exercise performance, most people talk about either the types of equipment they use, or their favorite training modality, as the two key factors that influence running performance.
If we compare the modern human anatomy to apes and primates, our closest relatives in the animal kingdom, we’d see a disconnect. Our physical structure is way different from them. Scientists have found out one surprising answer: running.
Persistence hunting, an activity that enabled our ancestors to hunt animals that are way faster than them, is believed to have caused us to evolve in the way we look today. Such form of running is not very fast. You may wonder: how fast does the average person run during persistence hunting?
Running is a proven method to burn fats and calories. However, to lose weight, experts claim that one should consider a 2-mile run every single day. Moreover, you need to make sure that you weigh yourself and calculate your calories burned all throughout your journey.