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I'd go for 10 km runs before breakfast. Because running was fun still is. I suspect that most people who enjoy running don't sit down first to work through the comparative health benefits but instead just put their shoes on and go.
As fast as they can. I stopped running when my left knee got busted up. Instead I took up walking second best game in town.
I used to think if I didn't run, really hard, for at least 40 minutes I was wasting time. But after stopping training and putting on weight I decided to walk.
More importantly I just felt more relaxed and realised my mind and body really looked forward to those walks. The major dilemma for automobile users who can't be bothered to exercise by walking up to the shops, is whether to walk or run to the car.
I think running would prove the more effective in such short distances.
For others who are too lazy to go outside at all, it might be good for them to walk or run to the bathroom after making sure the floor is dry thoughor to the clothes-line and back. This could save billions in the cost of treating heart disease but perhaps more in treating domestic accidents.
Anyway, the overall benefits for all lazy people everywhere is potentially massive bigger than their fat arse. We have known for decades that appetite exceeds calorie needs in the sedentary, when you exercise moderately your appetite more closely matches your calorie needs, You are forgetting that they need more as they are exercising.
When you exercise a lot you actually need to consciously eat to get enough. The myth that you do not lose weight is because the fat deposit you lose first is hidden: You lose that and at the same time you increase lean muscle mass and get denser bones.
The scales then show no change when there has been significant and beneficial change. Recent research also shows that exercised muscle releases a hormone like substance which turns on brown fat to burn fat to produce just heat and turns white fat into brown thus raising the body temperature.
Exercise also inhibits appetite for a couple of hours afterwards so if you run before tea you eat less, in relation to your calorie needs. Apparently if you run on an empty stomach first thing you also burn more fat while running.
Running or brisk walking the exact same distance both expend the same amount of energy, calorie for calorie.
Walking, obviously, just takes a longer time. The main difference is that running stresses the heart much more. So, if you have the time, walk. Less stress, same exercise value, and you have time to enjoy the scenery.
According to the website www. So a 60 min, 5 km walk kcal compares pretty neatly energy-wise to a 20 min jog kcal.
However, as the health benefits are 'doubled' for walking then the jogger needs to go twice as far.
So we're left with an hours walk being equal to a 40 min jog. That leaves it all down to what you prefer doing and how much time you have on your hands. Walking is remarkably efficient, on level, firm ground, the energy required to maintain forward momentum is constantly stored and released by the tendons and muscles acting in concert to store and release energy as you move along.
You can see this effect very clearly in young, slim dogs, they visibly bounce along, and if you doubt the effect, walk on dry, soft sand. That has the effect of absorbing your momentum at every step by deforming by an amount exactly corresponding to your momentum so that it is lost to your usual gait with the effect that every step has to accelerate your mass from rest.
Worse still, it cannot supply an equal and opposite force to your leg power until it is further compressed by that action so thay you are in effect moving sand as much as moving forward. So, you can walk for miles on firm ground and expend very little energy, as long as you can lope along at a constant speed and level.
Walking uphill is obviously doing more work, to maintain the same forward momentum, you have to increase your rate of work power output by an amount proportional to the sine of the angle of the slope times your weight which might sound like too much calculation but it starts off fairly gently then rapidly increases by thirty degrees it is one half.
That is, if you could walk up a thirty degree slope with the same forward speed as you walk on the level, you are doing extra work equivalent to lifting half of your weight through the height of the increase in elevation per step at every step. That is roughly running up stairs, most staircases being somewhere around thirty degrees.Oct 22, · For honors British Literature class, ben jarvis and I made this lego stop animation funny spoof of monty python beowulf and sir gawin and the green knight.
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