Keep these in mind when jogging in the morning!
1. Before a morning jog, drink a glass of water. Start carefully and gently for about 5-10 minutes outdoors to give your body time to adjust to the outdoors before starting to run. If you jog outside, try to get up early to enjoy the morning air. 5-7 am is a good time to practice jogging.
2. The first time you run in the morning, you should only run for about 20 minutes, and practice jogging 3 sessions per week. After that, you should increase gradually to 15 minutes each time and increase the number of training sessions but the maximum you should only run less than 1 hour and 6 sessions per week. It is not good that you run too much, make your body tired and do not have time to rest for the muscles.
3. When starting to run, run slowly. Breathe in through your nose and exhale through your mouth, then begin to gradually increase the speed. Pay attention to the right moves to work and avoid injuries. If you run at home with a treadmill, you should adjust the speed from 3-5km/h before gradually increasing the speed and slope up.
4. When you finish your morning jog, take time to relax, breathe deeply to avoid muscle pain, dizziness when stopping movement suddenly. After finishing morning jogging, you should rest for a while to dry sweat and return to normal heart rate before you take a bath, if you take a shower while you are still bathing you are very likely to catch a cold.
Foods to supplement after a morning jog
– Chicken breast: Chicken breast is very low in calories and is considered one of the healthiest foods for a meal of the day.
– Salmon: When it comes to seafood, there is no better alternative than salmon. Rich in omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidants, salmon will help your body recover quickly.
– Bananas: This fruit contains a mixture of vitamins, minerals and carbohydrates that enhance the fitness and this is also a favorite dish of professional athletes.