Improve Your Health with Running, Cycling and Swimming

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Running, cycling and swimming are the most common types of exercises that are often preferred by people because they target various aspects of our health. But are you familiar with the benefits of each of these three exercises and do you know which one to use in order to achieve your goal?

If you want to burn calories and lose weight, then you should choose running. It is known that running can burn from 500 to 800 calories per hours. Of course, this depends on your current weight and speed. Compared to running, swimming and cycling are less effective for those who want to lose weight. Thus, swimming can burn 350-650 calories per hour and cycling can help you get rid of 350-700 calories for the same period of time. And while swimming is not the best choice when it comes to weight loss, it is perfect to keep your body fit and in great health.

Running, swimming and cycling all have amazing cardio benefits. Running improves the flow of oxygen in the body as well as blood circulation. This is extremely beneficial for the overall physical endurance and memory. Cycling, on the other hand, protects the heart from heart diseases. Swimming helps the body uses the oxygen in a more effective way.

Running helps you lose weight more quickly but it also increases the density of the bones and reduces the risk of osteoporosis. In addition, running exercises the legs, and particularly the calves and the hamstrings.

Swimming is the exercise that affects the whole body. It strengthens the legs, back, shoulders and all muscles.

Cycling can keep your body very well-shaped and can increase the overall tonus and energy levels. Regular cycling makes your thighs, quads and calf muscles stronger, firmer and very well toned.

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