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Get Committed Start Jogging!

The transition from walking to running doesn’t have to be a difficult one. All you need to do is leave the ground and land after each step. That, however, is what makes it more stressful on your body, and when something is stressful, taking breaks is important. Your new activity will take its toll on your legs, so give them a break. If you do choose to exercise between running days, make sure your exercise doesn’t involve your legs heavily.

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Burn More Calories

Running is the winner for most calories burned per hour. Stationary bicyclingjogging and swimming are excellent options as well.

Improve Your Posture

The key to fixing poor posture is strengthening and stretching the muscles in the upper back, chest, and core. Shoulder strengtheners include scapula squeezes (squeezing your shoulder blades together for 30 seconds at a time) and rows (using a resistance band to pull back your elbows like you‘re rowing).

Enhance Mood

People who exercise regularly have fewer symptoms of depression and anxiety than those who don’t. To increase the benefits, try exercising outside. Both aerobic exercise (such as walking, cycling or running) and strength training (such as weight lifting) can help treat depression.

Reduce Risk of Injury

Research suggests regular sports and exercise can reduce your risk of death by 20 to 40%.

Reduce Back Pain

Back pain workouts help you recover from back pain, strengthen weak muscles and increase flexibility in tight areas. Over the years, several studies have found that physical activity decreases self-reported pain symptoms, not just for low back pain but for osteoporosis and arthritis as well.

Reduce Stress

Exercise and other physical activity produce endorphins—chemicals in the brain that act as natural painkillers—and also improve the ability to sleep, which in turn reduces stress.

All types of Squats

All kinds of Pushups

Dumbbell Based Exercises

Hip Extension Exercises

Full Body Stretches

Glute Stretches

Hamstring Stretches

Neck & Shoulders Stretches

All kinds of Planks

Lunges with Weights

Sit Ups & Weight Squats

Aerobic Intensive