What Running Really Does to Your Body?

What Running Really Does to Your Body

Whether you are a rookie or an experienced runner, it is essential to understand the physiological effects it has on your body. This is what running really does to your body, broken down and explained.

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How Exercise Can Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

exercise can help prevent alzheimer's disease

Exercise Can Help Prevent Alzheimer’s disease

According to a recent study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, exercise can help prevent Alzheimer’s disease. Regular, moderate-intensity physical activity offers protection against Alzheimer’s disease, even for people who are genetically at risk!

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Exercising on Empty Stomach – The Key To Weight Loss

“You need food to fuel your workouts” – One of the greatest misconceptions about weight loss exercising

This thesis has been called into question lately – Indeed, consuming carbs before working out can increase performance (mostly in sprinting & sports that require power), but it also stops the body from using the already stored body fat for energy, thus stopping the weight loss process. So, if you exercise to stay fit and/or lose weight, exercising on empty stomach is the more effective option.

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