Many doctors recommend that we devote at least 30 minutes a day to physical exercises. Today there are lots of opportunities to improve your health – you can go to a gym, do yoga, swim or go for aerobics! Despite the impressive variety of options, you have to have some money in your pocket to afford it. So, if your budget is pretty tight, but you still want to keep fit, you should absolutely turn your attention to running. Basically, it’s just you that you need for this kind of sports.
We all know… better say, suspect, that someone else’s success is contagious. It does not matter what we do – play golf, earn money, or buy things. Sounds sporty, doesn’t it? Well, let’s take one of the simplest, most common, and bracing sports – running, and see how it happens!
No doubt that running is quite a beneficial kind of physical activity in regard to our health, body image and self-esteem. However, many people keep failing in establishing running routine that would fit them because they are unable to enjoy such a physical practice.
It is a well-known fact that an hour or so of rigorous physical activity gives you a portion of strength and health. Not only does it shape your body, but also improves your cognitive potential. How and why does that happen? A resent scientific research showed that physical training, particularly aerobics and running, influences neuronal activity in the brain. It takes a little closer look at neurogenesis to understand the mechanism.
Many people are desperate to get in shape or lose weight, but the very thought of strenuous physical exercise puts them off from ever doing anything about it. Some people simply feel that they are too out of shape to do anything and that it might be too late for them to start now. So, they resort to various diets and turnkey solutions only to find out that they have been scammed into paying a lot of money for something that sounds too easy to be true. With all the hype surrounding weight loss programs and overnight p...