When it comes to exercise, it’s no secret that running is good for you. But do you know what happens to your body when you run? I’m not just talking about sweating and getting out of breath.
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Much like yoga and strength training, running provides so many healthful benefits. The rad thing about it is that you don’t even need to run a marathon. A short and sweet morning or lunch workout will still do your body good. Each and every effort will matter; it all adds-up in the end.
If you are wondering about what really goes on in your body, check this list out. Hopefully, it will encourage you to add more runs to your exercise regime. You and your body totally deserve-it!
1. Reduced chance of developing cardiovascular disease
2. Reduced risk of all-cause mortality
3. Live three years longer
4. Improved blood pressure
5. Reduced blood sugar sensitivity
6. Better mood
7. Improved sleep
8. Enhanced mental function
Schedule your 5minute runs. Create a set exercise schedule on your calendar to increase your chances of making your runs into a habit. Taking your 5-minute runs consistently will help you achieve your weight loss goal./Natural Ways