In my fitness experience, running improves our health and general well-being. It means if running is not part of your fitness routine, you might be missing out on the following.
Quick Weight Loss
Running suppresses appetite, preventing you from eating more. A little-known fact is that running is one of the two exercises that allow you to burn more calories in one minute. The other exercise is cross country skiing.
Running triggers the body to release the feel-good hormones endorphins. Feel-good hormones improve your mood, allowing you to get up and conquer the world.
Reduced Risk of Certain Diseases
Running makes your arteries more elastic, keeping heart attacks at bay. This easy and free exercise also reduces the risk of diabetes, osteoporosis, and breast cancer.
This is an emotional or psychological benefit of running. Normally, running keeps you in good form physically. Commendable physical looks positively affect your self-esteem and confidence.