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Fitness Tip of the Day!
Treadmill Running
At slower speeds (6.5 - 7.4 mph), the oxygen costs of running on a treadmill match those of running outdoors. But, at speeds of 8.4 mph and above, treadmill running requires about 6% less effort than running outdoors.












 
  Keyword: heart disease


Article Publish Date
Running: An Overview 05/06/2007
Walking 05/06/2007
Measuring Fitness: Aerobic Capacity 07/02/2012
Exercise and Coronary Artery Disease 08/27/2013
Exercise and Metabolic Syndrome 04/16/2017
Aerobic Fitness Prevents Coronary Artery Disease 09/13/2018
Exercise and Stress 02/12/2013
Heart Rate, Exercise Intensity, and Training 05/06/2007
Bad Exercise 07/24/2012
Exercise and Hypertension 05/06/2007
Exercise For Older Adults 10/30/2016
Health and Fitness Targets 05/06/2007
Heart Rate Monitors 10/05/2007
Why Exercise is the Best Medicine Ever! 10/19/2012


 
 


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