Watch Flo Run - Ask The Experts - Fitness, Running, Health, Gym - Austin, United States - Pepo - Dec 7 2016, 02.30.40 PM UTC

Watch Flo Run

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Florence W. Nyoike 11 months ago
Running is not only great for the soul but good for your well-being. You've probably heard it said that exercise is medicine. ... Studies have shown that running can help prevent obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, some cancers, and a host of other unpleasant conditions
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Florence W. Nyoike 12 months ago
Running is not only great for the soul but good for your well-being. You've probably heard it said that exercise is medicine. ... Studies have shown that running can help prevent obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, some cancers, and a host of other unpleasant conditions.
Florence W. Nyoike 12 months ago
Enjoying this beautiful weather before summer gets here
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Running near Blue space including sea, rivers, lakes and even urban water features can have a positive calming impact on wellbeing
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Never been a fan of running? We're about to change your mind. Put one foot in front of the other and start chasing these awesome benefits of running.
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Running is fun an therapeutic
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Florence W. Nyoike 1 year ago
Running is the king of cardio. Running even five to 10 minutes a day, at slow speeds (how does a nice 12-minute mile sound to you?) is associated with a drastically reduced risk of dying from cardiovascular disease
Florence W. Nyoike 1 year ago
Every time you run, you decrease your resting heart rate, so your heart doesn't need to work as hard
Florence W. Nyoike 1 year ago
When you run, your brain pumps out two powerful feel-good chemicals, endorphins and endocannabinoids
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Florence W. Nyoike 1 year ago
runners are half as likely to suffer from knee osteoarthritis compared with walkers.
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Florence W. Nyoike 1 year ago
Low-impact exercises like walking, or even spinning or swimming, don't have that same bone-building benefit.
Florence W. Nyoike 1 year ago
Running requires a lot of fuel (aka calories). In fact, the average 150-pound person will burn about 12.2 calories per minute running a 10-minute mile,
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Florence W. Nyoike 1 year ago
Your body's biggest muscles are all in your legs, and running benefits all of them: your inner and outer thighs, your gluteus maximus (get ready to turn some heads with your backside!), quads, hamstrings, and calves,
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Florence W. Nyoike 1 year ago
Running works not only your six-pack rectus abdominis, but also the deeper core muscles including your obliques, erector spinae, and transverse abdominis, which are responsible for sucking in your gut, stabilizing your spine, and transferring power between your swinging arms and legs
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I pulled a calf muscle on New Year's Day, had to let it heal
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Happy healthy 2017
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I made a mistake of not stretching the other day and have been sore for days. Remember to stretch after your run
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Friday Okah 1 year ago
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Pankaj Keswani 1 year ago
Nice clicks
Victor Anthony 1 year ago
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Desmond Okerchiri 1 year ago
How are doing
Desmond Okerchiri 1 year ago
Hi
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Florence W. Nyoike 1 year ago
Yes it's beautiful and cools you off during the summer runs
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