Running is to sport as playing the piano is to music. It is an essential building block of many sporting activities, from football to cricket. Even for sports that don’t involve running directly – such as skiing or ice-hockey – running is often an important part of the athletes’ training programmes. Running is an especially efficient way to increase fitness. Very few other sports – perhaps only swimming, rowing and cross country skiing – have such clear benefits in terms of all-round fitness.
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Running is an especially efficient way to increase fitness. Very few other sports – perhaps only swimming, rowing and cross country skiing – have such clear benefits in terms of all-round fitness.
Health Benefits of Running
Running has been shown to have the following health benefits: lower levels of body fat and obesity; lower risk of heart disease and stroke; stronger bones, reducing the risk of osteoporosis, osteoarthritis and other bone deficiencies; reduced risk of diseases such as cancer and diabetes; improved immune system; stronger muscles, and less risk of degradation of joints; reduced risk of back pain; reduced incidence of depression and anxiety; increased coordination and mobility, especially in older adults.
So are you interested in running your first 5k, 10k or Marathon? Let me be your running coach and provide the tips, tools and encouagement to get to the finish line.