There are 5 ways running improves the health of a mom which might just make you want to run daily! Read on..
Running defeats depression
Experts say that running releases hormones and chemical inside our body resulting in the creation of feel-good emotions. So beat those blues and get out and run!
Running burns calories, improves metabolism, and strengthens the muscles bones and joints. It is a good way for ladies to get in shape and lose weight!
All in one exercise
Running is the mother of all exercises. It is beneficial to the brain, stomach, heart, joints, and liver as well. It is one of the most efficient cardiovascular exercises out there.
Running is the easiest and cheapest exercise
For running, you only require a pair of joggers and a bra, nothing else. Most women can afford these items! Other exercises require special environment and gadgets for performing them. Running is an instinctual move and not something that necessarily needs guidance, as swimming or crossfit might.
Refreshment for mind and soul
Running is an amazing exercise for the mind. It refreshes the mind and keeps you soulfully positive. For an experiment, when you are feeling bored, run a mile, and you will see a great change in yourself. This has been proved by experts worldwide. It helps the mind to stay active and not feel lethargic during the busiest life cycle of work routines. It empowers the soul and body simultaneously.
Here is a special quote for women out there “Now if you are going to win any battle you have to do one thing. You have to make the mind run the body. Never let the body tell the mind what to do. The body will always give up. It is always tired in the morning, noon and night. But the body is never tired if the mind is not tired.” George S Patton
This is a guest written article but heavily edited by yours truly.
Original Author bio
Wesley is a professional engineer and runner. He graduated from the University of Florida with the degree, Master of Engineering. He currently practices engineering all over the United States where he has also been able to participate in a myriad of running events like trail runs, triathlons, and half-marathons (no full marathon…yet!). His real passion is just being outdoors and he regularly blogs about it at http://www.therunnersbackpack.com/