Why You Should Run


Get your heart pumping and improve your aerobic, cardio and endurance training

Running Is Good for Your Heart

Running is the king of cardio, even five to 10 minutes a day at slow speeds are associated with a drastically reduced risk of dying from cardiovascular disease, according to a landmark study in the Journal of the British College of Cardiology. Compared with none-runners, regular runners have half the chance of dying from heart disease. Every time you run, you decrease your resting heart rate, so your heart doesn’t need to work as hard.

    • Reduce high blood pressure
    • Lower the risk of heart disease
    • Loose weight
    • Improve stamina
    • Make new friends
    • Increase memory
    • Improve self-esteem
    • Build stronger bones
    • Sleep better
    • Run stress away
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Running not only metabolises your body, it also mentally stimulates by way of allowing your mind to relax, calling for better mental clarity and livid vision.

“transient hypofrontality”: a state-of-mind promoted by pursuits that require physical exertion but little thought or concentration. The parts of the brain that coordinate general concepts and rules are turned down, while the motor and sensory parts are turned up. In this state, ideas and impressions mingle more freely. Unusual and unexpected thoughts arise.

“Charles Darwin”

  • When

    Monday – Friday   –     07:00 – 07:30
    Saturday                 –     09:00 – 09:30
    Sunday                              *REST*

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