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  Exercising and sporting are all about heavy perspiration, weariness and muscle pain or body numbness. Before experiencing a tough time, your body- particularly the muscles, need to get ready to withstand the oxygen deficiency. A little warm up routine (including diet, sleep, and more) before any sporting event makes a considerable difference. It prevents your body from cramping up and being injured. Following tips, if added to your warm up routine, can make you a finer athlete! Good sleep A good sleep is what counts a lot even if some people don’t realize it. Getting sufficient amount of rest...

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For any kind of workout to be successful, you need to provide your body with the required amount of fuel. The time at which you take in this fuel majorly decides how effective your workout is. Eating right before running can lead to stomach cramps which can slow the person down. Meanwhile, if you don’t get enough calories then you might not have the energy to run the duration you want. Don’t forget, eating after running is also vital since it helps the body in building stamina for the next run. The food also enables the body to refill the...

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    When the weather gets warmer, many people like to go for a run outside. Running helps to boost both your mood and mental health, and gets you into shape. However, there are many dangers to running outside on your own in broad daylight as well as at night. Here are some tips to help you stay safe: Be alert If you run with music, don’t allow yourself to be too distracted that you become less aware of your surroundings. Keep the volume down or leave one headphone out of your ear, so you can keep track of what...

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    For a short answer, a 10 km run translates to ten kilometers. This is equal to 6.2 miles, and yes, double the distance you need to cover in a 5 km race. Furthermore, to give you an example, you'll need to scale the famous Eiffel Tower at least 32 times to give you an equivalent of covering 10 km.  If you're thinking of running a 10 km marathon, then there are some things you need to keep in mind. You can't simply hope to start a 10 km run and finish it without proper endurance training. A lot...

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  The finishing time for marathons, which are most commonly of 26.2 miles varies depending on the participant. World class elites take a bit more than two hours to finish a marathon while other individuals take up to more than eight hours. According to Running USA, the average finishing time for a marathon in the USA back in 2014 was four hours, nineteen minutes, and twenty-seven seconds. On the other hand, the average finishing time for a marathon for women was four hours, forty-four minutes, and nineteen seconds.  Calculating an estimate  Before you take part in a marathon, you should...

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