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What running does to your body?
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. We’re not talking about sweating and getting out of breath .Much like yoga and strength training . Running provides so many healthful benefits , the rad thing about it is you don’t even need to run a marathon or a long distance . A short and sweet morning o lunch workout will still do your body good. Each and every effort will matter , it all adds up in the end .If you’re 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 and your body totally deserve it -Your heart rate increases
If there’s one thing we all know it’s this when you ran your heart rate increases , the more intense the workout the faster your heart beat as a result various aspects of your body reap the benefits.Blood circulation increases
Exercise causes the heart muscle to contract faster , more blood moves throughout your body ensuring that each and every part is fueled and ready to go.Oxygen uptake rises
As your blood takes a trip around your blood , oxygen up take increases it delivers oxygen straight to the brain , skin and organ making sure everything is in tip-top shape .
Types of running
Today we’ll start with the different types of running
Easy runs also sometimes known as recovery runs
These are usually done the day after a hard effort or sometimes after a longer workout
Easy ! Set the EGO aside and run easy
Can help get the legs feeling back to normal
Easy and recovery run can be as short as like 15 to 20 minutes and it can go all the way up to about 45 minutes .
Advantages of easy run and recovery run :
Helps in blood flow into the legs
These runs should make up bulk of your training schedule .
• Make up the majority of training volume
• harder than easy run but slower than tempo.
• Good to do with a friend
• Usually 20-30% of weekly training volume.
• Usually done easy but can be done as a progression run or even have some intervals.
• Not necessary to hold race pace EVERY long run.
• Good chance to work on nutrition.