November 13 2017
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We already know that running is good for us and has several health benefits—but according to a new study, a 60-minute run can add seven hours to your life. If you’re already doing the math for how much you’ve extended your life this month alone, read on!
Not only did this research tout the lif- lengthening benefits of running, but it also declared the act itself to be the single-most effective exercise for increasing life expectancy.
Let that sink in a moment.
The news gets even better. If you’re thinking you have to run multiple marathons to reap the benefits of our sport, think again. According to the findings, as little as five minutes of daily running was associated with prolonged life spans.
The next time you don’t feel like lacing up, remember these key points from the study:
Although you probably don’t need another reason to get out and run, you now have one! You also have a great argument to pose to your non-running friends and family members. Maybe this’ll convince them to start!