To train effectively, you need to do more than running. Cross-training is now the accepted method for improving athletic ability. If you want to build muscle, run first. To build your endurance and aerobic capacity, run last.
Best Cross Training for Recovery: Yoga, Pilates, Walking, Golf
Best Cross Training for Cardio: Elliptical Machine, Swimming, Biking, Aqua Jogging, Dancing
Best Cross Training for Strength: Weight Training, Rock Climbing
Best Cross Training for HIIT: Rowing Machine, Spinning
A distance of 5 miles should take around 50 minutes. 1 mile will take aound 10 minutes, while 10 miles will take around 100 minutes
As a general rule, the faster you go, the more calories you will burn exponentially since your body uses more energy to go faster. At a moderate speed per hour you will burn less caloroies than running at a faster rate, e.g. a moderate to fast pace.
Several studies have found shown high-intensity training (HIIT) significantly reduces total abdominal fat, including visceral belly fat more effectively than lower-intensity exercise.
1 mile should take about 10 minutes on average.
Miles: Calories Burned in 10 minutes
Miles: Calories Burned in 30 minutes
Miles: Calories Burned in 45 minutes
Miles: Calories Burned in 1 hour
Miles: Calories Burned in 1 hour 30 mins
Miles: Calories Burned in 2 hours