What Is Better Running Or Walking?

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If you are the one who wants to lose weight but confused among running vs walking then this is the article for you. In this you will come to know about the benefits of running versus walking on the basis of which you can easily come to make a decision. As there are almost same benefits in walking and running but while walking your stamina will be used less as compared to the running.

Also there is one more difference you need to know that is walking burns less calories as compared to the running if done for the same time.

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Benefits you should know about

  • Get in shape

If you want to get in shape then running will be very helpful for you because it is the only way in which you can burn much more calories as compared to walking so you need to keep this thing in mind.

  • Low impact exercise

If you wish to do low impact exercise then there is nothing better than walking. It will be soft on your body but it will still help in burning calories and best for the people who are old enough like 60-70 of age.

Difference between speed walking and running

There is a lot of differences between power or speed walking and running like in running the full body movement takes place and in the power running your legs will work fast and hard and not the full body. So this is the major difference to keep in mind. There is one benefit of it that is power walking burns same calories as running. These are some of the differences that you need to keep in mind by which you will come to understand much better.


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