Are you running right? Here's how to exercise safe in the colder months
If you’re not one of these who is encouraged to run every day then don’t worry, it’s no surprise for running to lose its appeal at this time of year because of dark evenings, cold air and the knowledge that your family and friends are having fun inside. All of this can trigger a dislike for anything to do with running.
We all know that exercise is good for keeping oneself fit or losing weight, or improving stamina. Physical activities are always considered best buddy for maintaining physical and mental wellbeing. But have you ever thought running could sharpen the mind and enhance concentration?
A healthy heart means a healthy body, and running is a good way for optimum cardiac health. You do not need to be a marathon runner to avail the gains of running. Instead, moderate running is enough to enjoy those benefits.