- The wind resistance helps you workout better
- Running fights off common cold
- It’s good for the memory
- It can never get monotonous
- Vitamin D
The wind resistance helps you workout better
When you run outside you tend to exercise harder since apart from exerting your body you tend to fight the wind and end up burning more calories as compared to a treadmill. So the next time it’s windy, going for a run might prove to be a better, result-oriented workout.
Running fights off common cold
Running stimulates your immune system and can help you fight a common cold. So when you are starting to feel sick, go run for 30 minutes to get rid of it before it takes hold.
It’s good for the memory
When we run our brain pumps out endocannabinoids aka happy hormones which improve mood and the quality of your sleep. So technically speaking, running is great if you need a quick mood elevator or are having trouble falling asleep.
It can never get monotonous
Running opens you up to several outdoor options. You can choose beaches, gardens, parks, hills, streets and even open grounds to workout. Gym can get boring and monotonous with the same machines and interiors.
One of the most essential vitamins your body needs is Vitamin D, a daily dose of which is obtainable by spending some time in the Sun. A run pre 8 am should do you some good in this department.