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Sprinting Benefits

Sprinting is running as quick as you can over a brief length of time. The wellness advantages of sprinting are more than simply expanded paces. For a considerable length of time weight lifters have performed long term low power cardio to smolder muscle to fat quotients. In any case, they have found that sprinting is more viable at advancing fat misfortune than running, cycling, anaerobic practice or swimming.

A Sprint is a short quick run that goes on for not exactly a moment. Sprinting is not simply running quicker than a run. Sprint intends to run or race at full speed. A sprint is trailed by an equivalent recuperation period. The most vital advantage is that sprinting helps in weight reduction.

Here are a portion of the wellbeing and wellness advantages of Sprinting.

1) Fat Burning: Studies have shown that sprint workouts burn fat 9 times faster than a slow cardio workout even when you incorporate easy active rest sets or short sets of sprinting followed by a walk to recover. Sprinting raises your metabolism rate which results in fat burn even when you are at rest.

2) Good for Heart: Sprinting benefits the cardiovascular system especially your heart. Long and slow cardio cause stress on the heart whereas bursts of maximum cardio cause less stress on your heart. This increases your body endurance and also enables you to make even longer sets of sprint manageable.

3) Less Exercise Time: You burn more calories when you involve sprints in your cardio workout as compared to the regular long slow cardio and that too in less time. By sprinting you get your workout done in about 15 to 20 minutes. You can add sprints to your outdoor running easily. For example running one telephone pole and then walking for next too and so on or by sprinting for specific amount of time and then recovering by walking for certain time.

4) Fast Results: Sprint workouts bring faster results than you would get by working for months in the gym doing low intensity cardio. Because sprints are combined with recovery as well in form of walking, it activates both fast and slow twitch muscles fibers, thus toning the muscles. Your metabolism rate stays up even after you are done with the sprint workout.

5) Excessive Post Exercise Consumption (EPOC): During sprinting the body uses glucose and stored ATP as the main energy source, but this high intensity exercise creates an oxygen deficit. Due to which body has to raise heart and breathing rate to provide oxygen to the body cells. This is called Excessive Post Exercise Consumption (EPOC) where the body burns high number of calories after heavy exercise. This is why you breathe heavily and your body temperature rises after heavy exercise.