LEARN ABOUT SLOW JOGGING
Wish to share with you a write up on SLOW JOGGING by Junji Takano, a Japanese health researcher.
Slow jogging means jogging at the speed of walking. It seems like walking but don't walk. Just run slowly without using thigh muscles.
Jogging consumes about twice more energy than walking. It means that if you jog slowly for 20 minutes a day, you can burn as much as 6 kilograms or 13 pounds of fats. Jog for 4–5 kilometers or 3 miles per hour.
A good rule of thumb for the speed of jogging is that you should be able to talk to each other while jogging.
Scientific analysis shows that slow jogging increases capillary blood vessels around the interior muscles.
The increased size and vascularisation of blood vessels would result in more oxygen and blood that are provided to the muscles.
This means that you will be more capable of running in longer duration.
Slow jogging can also burn sugar and fat efficiently.
Slow jogging reduces stress, so you won't get angry easily. Less stress improves brain functions. In fact, brain analysis shows that functions of the brain as well as its size are growing dramatically in less stressful environment.
Yes, slow jogging can help prevent diseases of elderly people such as Alzheimer's disease, dementia, and of course, it helps increase the learning capability of young generations.
Tips for Slow Jogging
· Square up.
· Slightly bend your head forward.
· Just press your foot forward.
· Smile and chat while jogging.
· Jog for about 10 minutes 3 times a day, or 30 minutes per day.