According to WebMD, while running has been linked to weight control, stress reduction, better blood pressures and improved cholesterol, research indicates that running for more than two to three hours per week is linked ... More »

Running isn't bad for the knees because the body's joints naturally compensate for the pressure being put on them while an individual is running. Running also doesn't involve an abundance of knee-bending and is a linear ... More »

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Depending on whether the engine is hot or cold, there are a couple different reasons why a car might start with no problem but stall shortly afterwards. If the problem only happens when the engine is cold, a bad electric... More »

The average human running speed is 12 to 15 miles per hour for short-distance sprinting and 5 to 8 mph for long-distance running. Running times vary based on training and overall fitness levels. More »

Backward, retro or reverse running has a few health benefits that regular forward running does not have, including increased balanced and the potential to burn more calories. Because backward running involves a reversal ... More »

When measuring running distance, a pedometer can be used to log mileage in real time. Two types of pedometers are available, and these include fitness applications that are downloadable on the preferred mobile device and... More »

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Beginners who are able to run three miles per run and log at least 15 miles per week have enough of a base to begin training for a half-marathon. The training schedule should start 17 weeks before the date of the half ma... More »

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