Call Now 1-800-640-3718

Why You Should Run!

Many runners frequently begin running either because they want to lose weight, or to eliminate other bad habits in their lives such as smoking or drinking. Add to that the fact that running can help your cardio vascular system, help make you sleep better, give you an energy boost from the rush of endorphins to your system, help strengthen your core; the list is endless. Regardless of the reason, the overall benefits far out weigh the reasons not to run.


Running is one of the top activities for burning fat. In fact, with the exception of cross country skiing, running burns more calories per minute than any other form of cardiovascular exercise which also can be a great confidence booster.
Running also helps our bones by making them stronger. Running is considered a high intensity exercise, which promotes HGH, a hormone that, can help you stay young.
Feeling forgetful? Running can also help boost your memory. It’s been shown to keep the mind sharp and even reduce the symptoms of dementia.
Running reduces the risk of stroke and breast cancer. Regular running has become a treatment option for doctors to prescribe to patients who are at a high risk of osteoporosis, diabetes, and hypertension. It reduces the risk of heart attacks, by strengthening the heart and lowering blood pressure. Running is one of the best activities most people can do to improve their health. It raises HDL cholesterol and reduces the risk of blood clots. Running also boosts the immune system by creating a higher concentration of lymphocytes which fight disease.
Want yet another reason? Running can be great for stress. It allows you the time to think about life’s problems or be able to escape them for a while. Distance runs are great for solving problems that are nagging at you. What could be better than a two hour run by yourself to clear your mind?
Speed runs are great for tearing through anger and depression. Focus all that emotion into a few 5ks and you’ll feel better in no time.
It is one of the few sports that can be done almost anywhere with almost no gear. You need a good pair of running shoes and off you go. Trails, golf courses, sidewalks, parks, as long as you have your running shoes, the world is yours.
So stop making excuses. Whether it’s on a treadmill because the weather is awful or out on the roads, just get moving and start running. Your body and soul will be thankful you did!



Thanks a Lot!

Your comment has been submitted and will display after moderator check.

Thanks a Lot!

Your comment has been posted!