Studies across the board show that running for just 15-30 minutes will kick-start your metabolism and burn some serious fat.
If you keep your run to 30 minutes, you’re very unlikely to overstretch or overuse your muscles. That means a much lower risk of injury.
Catch A Runner’s High
Simply put, running makes you feel good – even if you can’t do it for that long. Just 10 minutes of aerobic exercise releases a large amount of the mood-boosting endorphins responsible for
Burn Those Calories
One 30 minute run is guaranteed to burn between 200-500 calories. That’s a fantastic step forwards to your weight loss goal.
The fitness level you achieve from regular, shorter runs can add years to your life expectancy.
Sleep like a Runner
When you start running regularly for 30 minutes, you’ll see your sleep improve Significantly.