by Martha Rowe
Nowadays the sedentary lifestyle is called “the second smoking.” It is implied that this little habit by insensible degrees breaks our health and, in significant amounts, even kills. Some recent studies revealed a direct connection between the sedentary lifestyle and emergence and development of such diseases as diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular and mental diseases.
Meanwhile, busy exercises can positively change the whole system of our body. We can see (or feel) the result of doing sport almost immediately, but to have a more profound and more long-term effect, a person must be engaged in a game always throughout life.
Studies have revealed that such physical exercises as running, aerobics, running fitness, swimming, cycling - all that trains the heart muscle, - have an extraordinary effect on the human heart. The exercises performed permanently over an extended period, cause a marked increase in heart rate (beats per minute) and stroke volume (the amount of blood coming out of the heart per pound).
To increase the effect of exercises, you need to choose the type of activity that suits your purpose. No matter what training you do, the basic rule is “Don’t give up.” You can change the type of exercise depending on the purpose and mood, but the sport must always be present in your life. If the person stops, the entire health benefits from activities will ‘disappear’ in a few weeks.
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Running has been a exercise that I hated. However, I found that it can be a great exercise for both cardio and HIIT workout, I try to embrace it as far as possible. Hence, I got this book to understand more. To my surprise after reading the book, there are quite a number of techniques involved in running that I have been missing out which is actually causing the unpleasant experiences.
There are really lots of wonderful useful tips shared such as the pre and post eating tips, clothes and footwear recommendations, running for weight loss and how to incorporate running in lifestyle. I enjoyed reading the book and it has surely widen and deepen my knowledge with interest in running. Great!
This book is inspiring. It gives reasons why we should run and gives benefits of running on ailments, on looks, mental health, and physical health. According to the researchers, running is the best cardio exercise to reduce the weight and keep it at a healthy level. Running is a simple and affordable way to support the sport lifestyle.
I think this book will be helpful especially for the beginners as it provides info regarding how to increase the running performance level, pre- and post-exercise eating tips and running clothes- wears. I really appreciate the information in the book.