This Is What Happens To Your Body While You Are Running
If you have decided to start running to experience all the benefits that it offers, then it is inevitable to feel some changes in your body while running. Do not worry, if you experience any of the following effects during the 30-minute training session as this is normal and means that you are on track.
The first few seconds
Once you start running, your body will start to extracting the energy you got from food.
The first 90 seconds
In the first 90 seconds you will establish the pace of running. The processes in the body that occur during this period will result in a reduced amount of sugar in the blood and the muscles will begin to release lactic acid. This means that you are under physical stress, which is not terrible because it signals that you’ve started to consume more calories.
The next few minutes
Within minutes, the heart starts to beat harder making it harder for you to breathe. Body temperature will increase which will result in sweating, which is another good sign. During this period many beginners get a desire to quit, but it is very important that you do not quit and keep a proper pace of running.
After 10 minutes
If you’re new to running, after 10 minutes you feel even more difficulties. It will be harder to breathe, which can be easily solved by changing the tempo. Run a normal pace, and when you start losing your breath just slow down and continue jogging. Once you get together, increase the pace. Again, the important thing is to maintain the will and not give up.
After 30 minutes
Finally comes the reward. The body no longer needs so much fuel, and on top of that then it releases the hormone of happiness. Because you will feel happy and full of energy, and it will give you motivation to return to the track tomorrow.