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Running every day may have some health benefits. Studies show that running just 5 to 10 minutes each day at a moderate pace may help reduce your risk of death from heart attacks, strokes, and other common diseases. But the same research also shows that these benefits top off at 4.5 hours a week, meaning there’s no need to run for hours each day. 

Running is a high-impact exercise and overtraining can lead to injuries such as stress fractures and shin splints.
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REASONS TO RUN!!

BE HEALTHY

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Fresh air and early morning running trips sure can cure almost anything.

FEEL FREE

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Fresh air and early morning running trips sure can cure almost anything.

BE ONE OF HEALTHIEST

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Fresh air and early morning running trips sure can cure almost anything.

BE STRONG

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Regular running helps you stay fit, healthy and hardy no matter what.

Running Benefits 

Getting fit

if you're a beginner, you should start with brisk walking, progress to jogging and work up to running. This should take a few months.

General fitness

mix your running with other forms of exercise (such as swimming or team sports) to maximise your overall fitness.

Weight loss

adjust your diet to include plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, lean meats, wholegrain cereals and low-fat dairy products. Cut back on dietary fats, takeaway foods, soft drinks and sugar.

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IF YOU ARE CONSIDERING RUNNING AS A MEANS TO GET FIT

Whether it means losing weight, toning up your legs, losing belly fat, building endurance or just simply improving the quality of life.. take the first step and click below for our guides!
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