My Love/Love Relationship with Running

“Running is one of the best things you can do for your body and mind!”

It’s no secret that running has many benefits, both physical and mental. You’ll be healthier, have more energy, lose weight, reduce stress levels… but there are some reasons why I love to run even more than those. Running is a social activity for me – it gives me time to chat with my friends while getting in some exercise. It also helps clear my head so I’m ready to tackle whatever life throws at me next without being too overwhelmed or stressed out about it. And yes, running makes my body stronger which does wonders for my self-confidence as well as how I feel about myself physically. So if you’re thinking of starting a new exercise routine but you’re not sure what to try first, here are some reasons why I love running and how it’s made my life better.


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I love to run because it makes me happy.

Running is a social activity for me – it gives me time to chat with my friends while getting in some exercise. It also helps clear my head so I’m ready to tackle whatever life throws at me next without being too overwhelmed or stressed out about it.

Running, whether it’s on the treadmill or outdoors, always puts me in a better mood than when I started. When I feel down or upset, nothing beats going for a long run to help get rid of those negative feelings and put me in a positive mindset again. Running outside especially has that special “fresh air” effect where you’re rejuvenated after inhaling all that oxygen! Whether you’re jogging around your neighborhood or on a treadmill at the gym, running makes me feel healthy and happy. And if I’m not having a great day, running can help improve my mood especially since it’s an activity I enjoy doing – who doesn’t love to run?!

Because of this reason, I always look forward to my runs on the weekends or on vacation when I have more time to myself. It might be hard getting up early but once you’re done with your workout, you’ll thank yourself for pushing through!

Running also releases endorphins which are hormones that make us feel good. You need to exert physical effort in order to get these endorphins flowing and once they do their job, you’ll feel awesome afterward! People tend to look happier and more energetic during and after they exercise, so get out there and run!

I love to run because it makes me feel social.

Another reason why I love to run is because of how social it is. Whether you’re on a treadmill or outside that’s suitable for running, you’ll see groups of friends chatting while getting their workout in. Or sometimes if I’m not with my friends when I go on a jog, runners often nod at each other as they pass by which is the equivalent of saying hello! Maybe some will give each other high-fives or fist bumps – again, all these gestures are ways of being friendly while doing something physical together.

Running can also be a great way to catch up with your friend who moved away. Maybe you’re still in touch with your high school friends but it can be difficult to meet up after all those years apart, so why not run together! You can go for a jog around the park or on a trail and catch up as you pass by some landmarks.

Running makes me feel fit and strong.

Running is not just about having fun – it’s also about getting stronger which means you’ll have increased bone density, more muscle mass, and a lower chance of injury compared to someone who has been sedentary for months or years. As I said before, running helps strengthen my body which gives me a greater sense of self-confidence especially at the gym where I don’t mind showing off my new muscles from all that strength training.



I’m not exactly sure why this is but I’ve noticed that my muscles tend to look more toned and fit after having run for at least 10 minutes or so. It’s particularly noticeable after I take off my shirt or when I see myself in pictures. Maybe it’s the lighting, maybe it’s because of all those endorphins, or perhaps it just makes me feel awesome seeing my body stronger than before… either way, running is definitely worth doing if you want to stay fit!

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Running helps keep me healthy both physically and mentally.

Perhaps one of the most important reasons why I love to run is because it keeps me healthy both physically and mentally. A lot of people think runners are crazy since they’ll run even in the cold, but they’re just doing what’s best for them in order to stay in shape.

Running Has Helped Me Lose Weight Over The Years.

First, let’s talk about physical benefits. Running has helped me lose weight over the years as well as tone up those areas which need a bit of help (my legs). It also helps with my lower-back pain I’ve struggled with since high school sports injuries. And if that wasn’t enough reason to start running, keep in mind that it improves your cardiovascular health too – meaning it reduces your risk of getting diabetes or even heart disease! Plus, it enhances flexibility by improving flow to all parts of the body, allowing your muscles to move more easily.

Running Is One Of The Best Things You Can Do For Your Body And Mind.

It’s clear that running is great for our physical health but there are some mental benefits too! Running will help you reduce stress levels which can improve your mood overall. If you’re depressed or anxious, consider running as a form of stress relief. It also improves brain function because it triggers something known as neurogenesis – meaning it gives your brain cells new life by creating new pathways between them which helps you become happier and smarter! And if all of this wasn’t enough to convince people of how awesome running is for us mentally, keep in mind that it reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and dementia while reducing symptoms associated with anxiety and depression.

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Running improves brain function.

With all these amazing physical and mental benefits, it’s no wonder why people love to run! In fact, there are so many reasons why I prefer running over other forms of exercise or stress relief. First, it’s a social activity for me because I get to chat with my friends while we’re at it. It also helps clear my head so that when I’m done, I feel rejuvenated and ready to take on the day. And lastly, even though it makes my body stronger, running doesn’t have a negative impact on my joints like some other exercises do which is very important for someone who’s been dealing with lower back pain since their high school years. So if you’re looking for a new way to exercise, consider running! Even if you don’t want to run outside or join a gym, there are some simple exercises you can do right at home. Trust me, once you’ve found the perfect route for you and decide to run regularly, there’s no turning back.

Running is great for your physical health.

Here’s my suggestion: next time you’re feeling stressed out or overwhelmed by life or just need some alone time, go for a run! It’ll help reduce your stress levels as well as make you feel better physically. I’m sure that after chasing that endorphin rush, your worries will seem smaller – trust me, it happens to me all time. So whether it’s a sunny day outside or a cold winter’s morning, take your shoes and go for a run! It’ll help you become happier and healthier.

Running clears my head and helps me feel rejuvenated.

It also helps clear my head so I’m ready to tackle whatever life throws at me next without being too overwhelmed or stressed out about it. And yes, running makes my body stronger which does wonders for my self-confidence as well as how I feel about myself physically. So if you’re thinking of starting a new exercise routine but you’re not sure what to try first, here are some reasons why I love running and how it’s made my life better.

It helps me become happier and healthier.

I know that running can seem difficult or even boring at first, but believe me when I say it’s worth it. Runners are some of the fittest people you’ll meet – you’ve got to get through a lot to become one! If you’re new, check out this article on how to start running which has helped many beginner runners like myself. You’ll be surprised at how quickly those endorphins will kick in and how good it feels after your run is complete. So if you’re looking for a way to reduce stress levels as well as improve your health, consider running as an option! Don’t let anything stop you from becoming a runner and enjoying all the benefits it has to offer.

I’m surprised at how good it feels after running.

All in all, whether you’re running for weight loss or just want to feel happier and healthier, remember that this is your body and your health. And if you decide to try something new like running, I can guarantee you won’t be disappointed. Trust me! So go ahead, get out of bed early on a Saturday morning and go for a run! You’ll soon realize why so many people love it. 🙂    

                 

Running is a great way to reduce stress.

Thank you for reading my article – I hope you found running an awesome way to improve your mood and health! If you have any other questions, be sure to let me know in the comments below.

As always, feel free to share this with anyone who might enjoy my writing or simply wants some information on how great running can be. Talk to you soon!