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Làm thế nào để sneak phong trào vào cuộc sống của bạn
On the flipside of running being much harsher on the body than cycling, is the fact that the former has a much more positive effect on bone density than the latter.
In fact, a 2009 study2 from the University of Missouri found that running might even increase bone density more than resistance training with weights.
It turns out that the high-impact nature of running, if done properly, places just enough stress on the bones of the body to toughen them up.
On the other hand, there are some conflicting but worrying studies3 that suggest serious cyclists may suffer reduced hip, spine, and neck strength than normal people, as a result of their sport.
Running and cycling can both be great forms of exercise, but that depends a lot on what you’re after. If improved bone density is a major plus for you — for example, if you’re at risk of osteoporosis — running is likely the better option.
On the other hand, if you want to do hard HIIT cardio every day but you’re worried about the potential for injury, cycling is the way to go.
A good cardio program can easily combine the two, with running being done more moderately and