What happens to your body when you run

What happens to your body when you run

Most of us have a base understanding of what happens to our bodies when we start running regularly we build more muscle and more stamina. However, there’s a whole host of things going on inside your body that you might not be aware of. These things change from the time you first start running to when you’ve made it a year into your running career.

Most of us have a base understanding of what happens to our bodies when we start running regularly we build more muscle and more stamina. Daily activities, like climbing staircases or cleaning the house, become a lot easier. Due to the release of endorphins, we tend to become much happier people.

However, there’s a whole host of things going on inside your body that you might not be aware of. These things change from the time you first start running to when you’ve made it a year into your running career.

So you’re sticking to your New Year’s resolution to start running more. Good on you!

When you start out, running does all sorts of things to your body. The first thing you will notice when you start working out is that you are out of breath and your pulse is high. You’re transporting oxygen to the muscle fibres by breathing oxygen into your lungs. Your heart then pumps that oxygenated blood into your muscle.

So when you start out, your heart rate will be high, your breathing will feel heavy, and you won’t feel a hundred percent. However, know that this will pass. Read More..

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