Despite running regularly being linked to a host of health benefits, including weight control, stress reduction, better blood pressure and cholesterol, a new study suggests that running may not be all that beneficial.
Well, all of you know that running is the best form of exercise possible and the greatest way to get into shape, but apart from that, running is beneficial for every part of your body. Running also immeasurably improves the quality of your emotional and mental life and even helps you live longer. Running is one of the simplest ways to keep you hale and healthy in a multiple ways!
British sprinter James Dasaolu clocked 9.91 seconds at the Sainsbury`s British Championships here, going faster than world record holder Usain Bolt who ran 9.94 sec in this year’s world 100-metre rankings.
Researchers including an Indian scientist have found that a simple program that uses pedometers to monitor how much people move throughout the day is helping them decrease their sitting time and increase physical activity.