Running for Health

Running for Health 




According to the findings of the Territory-wide Physical Fitness Survey for the Community. The overall findings of the survey revealed that although most of the physical fitness parameters have improved across different age groups compared to the findings of a similar survey a decade ago, reflecting the growing health awareness of the public. The findings also indicated, however, that more than half of the public did not meet the daily physical activity level as recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO).

Running is good for both the body and the mind, and it helps reduce the risks of overweight and some illnesses (in particular cardiovascular diseases). However, these health benefits can be realised only through running in the proper way. While it is relaxing to run alone, it may be even more rewarding to run with your family members or friends. Running will be more enjoyable when it becomes a social activity and part of your daily routine. Running

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