How to run correctly and healthily

How to run correctly and healthily

The significance of life lies in exercise. Among the weight-loss and fitness sports that are emerging nowadays, running is one of the most healthy and popular ways of exercise. Many people can run, but some methods of running are wrong, so how to run correctly?

Warm up before running
Before running, do a good warm-up exercise to make the body function adapt to the fast-moving state that you are about to enter. When warming up, leg pressing, stretching, bending and other actions are essential. This can not only prevent muscle strain, but also prevent muscle soreness after running.
Run with standard movements
If the action of running is not standard, it will affect the effect of running exercise. What kind of running is the standard? There are three main aspects: first, the height of running should be high. Second, keep your body stable, with the upper part of your body slightly forward, and your hands half clenched into a half fist shape. Third, the body is relaxed during running. Only by achieving the standard of running movements and posture coordination can we make running healthier.
The running distance should be relatively stable
Some people run for a short time and a long time, so the running effect is not good. The distance of running should be relatively fixed. For example, if you run 2 kilometers every day, the distance should be relatively fixed, and the increase rate every day should not exceed 10%. This regular running can make the body function in a more coordinated state, which is more conducive to health.


Change your speed when running
Some people's running speed is almost fixed, there is no change, so the effect of exercise is not ideal. Healthy running requires changing the running speed in the process of running. You can jog for a few minutes, accelerate for a while, then slow down, and then accelerate running. In this way, you can change the speed to run, and the effect of exercise is better.

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