December 2, 2021


Its all about the Health

This is What Happens To Your Body When You Run For 15, 30, and 60 Minutes

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Whether you run for 15, 30, or 60 minutes, either way, this will only do good things to your health, both short-term and long-term.
Even if you don’t have enough time, you should consider the reasons why running is worth your time.
Want to burn fat and calories? Run.
Looking to sleep better? Run.

Keep watching to know more!


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🕒 Timestamps:

Intro – 0:00
1. 15 minute run – 0:30
2. 30 minute run – 1:19
3. 60 minute run – 2:20


In a nutshell:

15-minute run
1. Greater motivation
If you know you only have to run for 15 minutes, you’ll be less likely to skip it.

It’s short so you’re likely gonna stick to this workout duration, thus, allowing you to reap the benefits.

Weight loss benefits
Short runs can boost weight loss.
Running for 15 minutes can burn approximately 150 calories.

More efficient metabolic rate
Shorter runs can be more intense than the longer ones.
Exercises like running can help you burn more calories at rest than training at a lower intensity.

Clears your head
A 15-minute run is perfect for gearing you up for the day.
You can prepare yourself both physically and mentally.

30-minute run
1. Burns more calories
If you’ve got more time, then why not make it 30 minutes?
A 30-minute run will power up your metabolism.
You can even burn 300 to 500 calories from it.

Better sleep quality and quantity
When you start a regular 30-minute running routine, you’ll notice that your sleeping pattern has improved drastically.
It’ll help you fall asleep faster and sleep deeper.

Improved strength and appearance
Say, you can commit yourself to run 30 minutes for 3-5 days a week.
If so, then you can see changes in your appearance.
Your clothes will fit looser and your muscle and physique will be defined and toned.

Longer lifespan
Regular, short runs of 15-30 minutes can add more years to your life expectancy.
That’s because it brings in so many health benefits like reducing stress, improving blood pressure, and many more.

60-minute run
One-hour runs clearly have benefits.
But one particularly massive benefit it provides is that it can extend your life significantly.
According to researchers, a one-hour run may lead to an additional 7 hours of your life, no matter how fast or far you run.
Even just 2 hours of running per week at any speed or mileage can already increase your lifespan by 3 years.
Rather than a direct link between longevity and running, it’s mostly because people who run tend to live longer lives.
Generally, runners have other healthy lifestyle behaviors like maintaining a healthy weight and not smoking, thus, impacting their longevity.


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