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It is proved by overall fitness facts that running is always better than walking as it helps you to keep the weight in control. It is always advisable to undertake bursts of short duration than long plods. Oldest champion of female Jo Pavey clinched gold at the Championship of European Athletics which was of 10,000m.
She is 40 years old and mother of two children has also won dash of the mum at her son’s school and at the Commonwealth Games of 500 m by winning bronze. She is an inspiration for a lot of women who are even scared to put on the running shoes. It is clear that sitting on the lounge or on the sofa with drinks is easier than taking a jog in the park.
According to several studies, people who run have longer life expectancy. Few minutes of running is easing their risk of death. Less disease of heart disease is also what you are relieved of. In the mid life you are also relieved of replacement of knee if you run religiously. Knee arthritis is what runners do not suffer from. However many people are declining from the sport of running according to the research. Bones however fall weak and older people usually do not have the same amount of speed in running when they were young.
For a good sporty mind inculcation into some sport or the other is important and those who feel that sports is consuming is not at all consuming. The satisfaction you get after taking a run eases you from much of the stress in your life. You can shorten the distance as you grow older as well as decrease your speed. If a person is fit then you should have no problem in running.
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The Aussie snowboarders have reportedly launched their need for latest training base in the country. The Sochi Olympics witnessed a sole medal winner in snowboarding for Australia and with Torah Bright’s future on uncertainty, the continent might face struggles at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics.
Lydia Lassila achieved a bronze in Sochi freestyle aerial events while Morris won the surprise silver with his amazing performance in men’s competition. On the other hand, Bright too secured silver in snowboard halfpipe.
However, both Morris and Lassila have stated that they won’t be competing this season & have also declined any commitment regarding long-term future in the sport if the continent does not take steps to develop proper aerial-ski facilities.
“I will not be competing this year & would take one year off”, stated Lassila while attending the Sydney hosted “Welcome Home” function organized for Aussie Winter Olympians & Paralympians.
“I have a little son who just turned 3 yesterday & we are always away for so long each year that the 4-year cycle would be a lot for investment. If I go back, it would depend on whether our sport is given Aussie training facilities- It won’t be possible for me o go back if the situation turns otherwise. My son would be at his school soon & hence I won’t be able to do it physically.
Morris did not exactly rule out a further tilt at Winter Games yet admitted that aerial skiing training facilities in his country would mean an easier life & would even inspire fresh talent towards the sport.
“We are at mercy of other countries when it comes to aerial skiing. In 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics run-up, they just threw us out of the facilities as all of a sudden there was not adequate room”, shared a disappointed Morris.
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