Hi, My Name’s Rebecca and I enjoy

doing a lot of activities. Here on my blog

are some of my favorite activities such

as watching TV, traveling, going biking,

playing video games, and running on the

beach with my friends.

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Why I Like Jogging On the Beach

Running on soft-sand isn’t as simple as life guards make it seem!

Nevertheless, do not let that prevent you from getting your work out to the shore. Jogging on the

sand can offer quite a few advantages that will eventually allow you to then become a more rapid

and more powerful athlete off the shore at the same time.

Reduced Impact

Your feet lands on an area that is likely to change beneath you, whilst running on the seashore.

This produces a soft area for your feet as opposed to pavement. As a result, the lower-body

organs such as legs, legs, & hips are subject to less stress & beating when you’re running.

Toughens Weak-Links in Your Body

Sand can help produce an unstable area for the feet. So as to support yourself whilst jogging, the

body makes use of small muscles in the lower-area, especially those in your ankle & feet.

For many athletes, the muscles in this region are usually weak, since the body doesn’t utilize them

as much compared to when you’re running on paved-roadways. By developing these muscle

areas, you safeguard yourself against trauma and possible imbalances.

Resistance Training

People who have ever walked in the sand will know it can take plenty of more energy in order to

steadily plant your foot & then to move the legs forward. This is because your foot is functioning

against the soft-surface which has more “give” as opposed to a hard surface. Thus, your body is

forced to engage more muscles in the lower region.

In case you have ever walked in the sand, you may be aware of the fact that it requires much

more energy in order to push your foot & then to push your legs in the forward direction. That’s

since your feet is functioning against a delicate area with additional ‘give’ as opposed to a tougher

surface. This forces you to engage more muscles in lower body area. So, the next time you’re set

for a lower-body strength training workout, head towards the beach & try to tackle the sand-dunes.

Burns Additional Calories

The additional effort & muscle engagement essential for running on a beach helps your body to

lose more calories as opposed to street running. The fact is, a number of studies show that sand

running needs as much as 1 ½ times more energy as opposed to running on a tough surface.

Change-of-Pace

Change is good. Altering your training surfaces, jogging paths can be helpful not only for your

body but your mind as well.

Go slow, start with a gentle 10 to 15 minutes run on every occasion. Begin running during the low-

tides on a packed & hard sand.

This can offer your muscles the opportunity to get adapted to the additional work needed. In

addition, do not forget to wear shoes since there will be tons of different particles and debris lying

onto the beach. Also, wearing shoes can help you get accustomed to a brand new surface.

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