Running is a great pacemaker activity and proven to boost immunity while lowering the risk of stroke and cancer.

Although simple, running is a complete sport for tightening calves, thighs, stomach, back and shoulder muscles. This exercise also strengthens the heart's capacity to be able to pump more blood and lung capacity in order to take more oxygen from the air and relieve stress. Better yet, running can slow the aging process.

1. Posture
Keep your body always in a straight condition when running. The bending posture causes muscle deactivation, especially the back causing injury. Upright posture gives a little pressure on the knee so you run faster.

While running some people gripped his hand too strong so that makes the whole body becomes stiff. Raise your grip and arms sufficiently.

2. Do not Step On Tramp
Listen to the sound of your feet. If there is no sound at all it means you are running perfectly. You should land under your toes and not put pressure on your heel or toes.

Let your feet fall freely on the ground because the movement of the trampling foot sends shockwaves to the shins, knees and back causing injury.

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3. Drink Water
People usually experience pain on one side of their stomach after running, usually due to dehydration. Drink a glass of water (at room temperature) 30 minutes before running can help avoid the pain. Dehydration can also cause muscle cramps.

If your running routine lasts more than 30 minutes, drink water or sports drinks containing glucose and essential salt little by little to replace the lost sweat. Running in an empty stomach can also cause dizziness. Can also eat bananas 15-20 minutes before running.

4. Breathe Through Your Nose
Breathing through the mouth causes dehydration and makes you tired quickly. Breathe through your nose if you want to run for a longer time.

5. Too Many Running is Dangerous
Build stamina gradually by starting to run for at least five minutes to get your muscles accustomed. Also make sure there is no pressure on your lungs or leg muscles when running. If you cramp, it's better to stop and rest.