Running is a simple and useful exercise for fat burning. For maximum effect fat burning, you must follow certain rules.
1.The right athletic clothing.
It protects from water and wind, allows the skin to breathe and absorbs excess moisture, regulates temperature ( i.e., it "locks" the heat of your skin and keeps it). Use proper running shoes, depending on where you are going to run.
And "roadless" and "asphalt" sneaker sole should be flexible. Taking sneakers with one hand on the toe and the other for the heel, you should without undue effort to bend it. It is also important to assess the level of cushioning that running shoes provide. Running carries with it the heavy load on the foot, and the sole should absorb shocks upon contact of feet with the surface. Choose shoes that are well known for quality, it can be slightly more expensive but it will protect You from possible injury.
2. Time for a run
The best time to jog is in the morning, about 5:30 a.m. to 8:00 am. This is due to the breakdown of fats and city air in the morning, several times cleaner than in the evening.
Try to refrain from eating, then the energy will come from burning fat, and not from incoming calories. But don't forget to compensate for the water balance of clean drinking water before and while running.
Before run, during the first 5 minutes, you need to make workout for the muscles. Workout you can start with walking or slow Jogging. After the warm-up — stretching, in order to avoid possible muscle injuries.
5. The duration of the run
Start with 10 minutes of Jogging or walking, gradually increasing the exercise time to 1 hour. This rule is suitable for those who are not engaged in regular exercise. This will increase stamina of the body and do no harm.
6. The intensity of the loads
Remember: do not force and do not itsite your body, increasing speed. Run course: the pace of Your run should be such that You could hold a conversation. Run as often as possible. And ideally every day. To fully feel the effect of Jogging, You need to turn them into a daily ritual. Every missed workout is a step back.