Run for Your Health
Are you ready to turn your health around? Running can be a great way to stay in shape and can serve as an outlet for stress. Researchers have linked the mood-boosting properties of exercise to the release of feel-good chemicals in the brain and an increase in body temperature, which can have a calming effect.
The first two miles, while training to be a runner, is the hardest; however once you get that first two out of the way, the rest is much easier. If you want to become a runner, here are seven tips to help you run for a healthier and more confident you.
*If you are 20 or more pounds overweight and trying a new exercise method, such as running, you should consult your physician. They will provide you with feedback that is dedicated to your medical situation.