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25 Reasons Why Running is Good for Your Health

25 Reasons Why Running is Good for Your Health
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Do you know what happens to you if you run every day?

In the animal kingdom, humans are the best long-distance runners. Our body is perfectly designed for running miles after miles without taking a break. Most mammals can run faster than humans within short distances, but when it comes to day-long runs, humans can outperform almost any animal. Why is that? Because we cool by sweating rather than panting, we can stay cool at speeds and distances that would overheat other animals. On a hot day, a human could even outrun a horse in a marathon! It is fascinating, isn’t it? We gathered 25 amazing things which happen to you if you do what you are born to. If you are curios, scroll down.

25. Keep Your Heart Healthy

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Running every day will result in increased cardio-fitness, which means your heart rate will not increase significantly while you are doing physical exercise, and it will stay in the healthy heart rate zone. So in the long run, you will be less likely to develop heart diseases.


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  1. Less risk of heart disease. Not so. A 29 year young competitive marathon runner in Hawaii in 1979 died from blocked arteries. Fitness, low heart rate, have no connection with clean arteries.

    • Sometimes must also take Proper Calcium and Glucosamine and can’t
      force UrSelf in any Sports activities like Running daily,Crazy


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