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THURSDAY, May 4, 2017 (HealthDay News) Running and walking are both popular ways to get a great cardio workout. But is a brisk walk really as good an exercise as a sweaty, heart-pounding run?It Out – The Need-To-Know While walking can provide many of the same health benefits associated with running, recent research suggests running may be the better bet for those looking to shed some pounds. Unsurprisingly, people expend two-and-a-half times more energy running than walking, whether that’s on the track or on the treadmill.
Walking and running are both excellent forms of cardiovascular exercise. Neither is necessarily “better” than the other. The choice that’s best. Yes, researchers say, because according to a study conducted by sports scientists which studied the energy expenditure between walking and running which found out that yes, running consumes more energy. While walking can provide many of the same health benefits associated with running, recent research suggests running may be the better bet for those looking to shed some pounds.
Unsurprisingly, people expend two-and-a-half times more energy running than walking, whether that’s on the track or on the treadmill. Walking and running are two easy modes of physical activity that don’t require equipment or a gym membership. Grab your sneakers, map out a route (or hop in the treadmill) and you’re on your way. Three of the known good exercises for longevity are walking, running and swimming A recent study revealed that one of these exercises.
Here, we break down the benefits and drawbacks of each so you can decide which is a better workout for you. Running is the most accessible of the three activities, as you only need shoes, apparel and space to run. Plus, it may be more intuitive than equipment-based workouts, like cycling, or water-based activities like swimming.
You can also fulfill the minimum exercise requirements with 75 minutes per week of vigorous activity like jogging, running or race walking on the treadmill or using a vigorous workout on the rower or indoor cycle. The cardio benefits of working out at high intensity are not determined by any one type of machine they provide equal benefits. Another deciding factor for which is a better form of exercise is whether you are biking or walking indoors or outdoors.
If you are at the gym using the treadmill, you have the option to increase the speed or the incline.
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