Running Is Good For Your Heart

Running is Good for your heart, running same from jogging or sprinting or any form of exercise can effectively slow the effects of aging some of these benefits including weight loss, cardiovascular and respiratory health that reduce bad cholesterol, potentially increase bone density and strengthening the immune system it elevate high esteem and powerful state of mind …

Running is always recommended for people coping with depression as a therapy its a psychological effect to perhaps enjoyment of nature or a state of being getting away, it is also had a benefits for sports enthusiast that running has psychological benefit or both effect in euphoric state being elated or some referred this to ‘runner’s high’

Some runners may feel that running in a short distance is no longer challenging then they are aiming this up to run more farther, and research says average person who runs their average weight will burn a 100 calories per mile – this is the benefit when you want to loss weight it will increase your metabolism and continuously burn and increase the level of calorie intake, If you wanna get into shape be consistent and slow down remember that speeds are differ to different individual that varies to their strength and endurance appropriate to the fitness level, to the new runner it takes time to get into shape, if running feels your body to coordinate your over all well being then this pays attention that take a short distance first for a few weeks then speed it up when you feel your body is ready enough to take a new pace

Noted Injuries In Running:

Chafing, it refers to the skin caused by repetitive friction occurs in the runners upper thighs, or to their nipple, skin becoming coarse and eventually it develops into rash, Bandaids and or some home remedies will help to reduce or treat the problem anti chafing cream is available to use, Prevention number one, wear a form fitting outfit intended for such running activity, there are thousands available brands in the market designed intended to sports clothing to fit such type of activities

High Impact, running on concrete surfaces while adjusting your body on running on concrete the muscles become weaker, it is advisable to change terrain occasionally such as trail, beach or grass but be careful on running downhill runners may be wary on twisting their ankles on such terrain – A repetitive stress on the same tissues will further the damage it is advisable to let the damage tissue will heal of its full recovery before attempting to run again – change in running pace may cost you to –



  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Gastronecmius
  • Achilles tendinitis

But in Cases of injuries on a high impact nature associated of this develops to:

  • Patellofemoral pain syndrome
  • Medial tibial stress syndrome
  • Plica syndrome
  • Patellar Tendinopathy
  • Iliotibial band syndrome

How to lessen such Injuries:

  • Allowing time to heal such injury, apply ice to sore muscle by ‘icing’ application
  • Practice the habit of warming up before initiating your first task exercise
  • Focus on the right proper form when start running
  • Performing strength training exercises

A Good Technique In Running:

Is an Upright posture and a slight forward lean avoids landing on the heel and facilitates the use of spring mechanism of the foot, a runner must not landed on foot in front of center of mass which can be the resultant from braking effect, maintain posture upright and stable this helps prevent from injury, scrunching of shoulders and chin up tilting are running common mistakes …

The main difference between long and short distance runners is the length of stride rather than the rate of stride where between 185 to 200 steps per minute are extremely consistent to professional runner this according to exercise physiologists, this calculated to revolution per minute (RPM) by the pair of feet and is used as a measure of athletic performance, running is often measured in terms of pace in minutes, per mile, or kilometer, Different types of strides is important to different types of running, for example in sprinting runners positioned on their toes legs up for shorter and faster stride unlike long distance runners where strides are more relax and easy,
Fast stride rates coincide with the rate one pumps one’s arms, the faster one’s arms move up and down, parallel into the body the faster the rate of stride …


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