Five Healthy Reasons to Develop a Regular Running Habit


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Regular Running Habit

In 2015, attorney Henrietta Feldman established her private law firm in Palm Beach, Florida, where she focuses on commercial and residential real estate law. Away from the office, Henrietta Feldman maintains a healthy lifestyle by running on a regular basis, and she often enters 5K races.

Running is one of the most basic forms of exercise, and many prefer it because of its convenience – you can run practically everywhere. Developing a habit of running or jogging can also lead to several health benefits, some less obvious than others. Consider the following advantages:

1. Help prevent colon or breast cancer

Studies show that people who stay active with exercise such as running have a lower risk of developing colon cancer. In addition, women who run regularly can lower their risk of breast cancer by as much as 30 percent.

2. Increase longevity and fight Alzheimer’s

Running can help people live longer and stay active further into their later years. In addition, this form of exercise can prevent many symptoms of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

3. Lower stress and boost sleep quality

People who run can naturally lower their blood pressure and increase their serotonin levels. This reduces stress and can improve sleep quality.

4. Decrease risk of heart disease

Research demonstrates that running even for small increments throughout the week can dramatically decrease a person’s risk of developing heart disease. You can achieve this effect with 20-minute runs three days a week.

5. Outdoor running can elevate self-esteem

Many people enjoy the comfort of running on treadmills or indoor tracks, but studies have shown that exercising outdoors can give your self-esteem a boost.


The American Spirit – A Collection of Speeches by David McCullough

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The American Spirit

A graduate of Boston University School of Law, Henrietta Feldman is the owner of the Law Offices of Henrietta Feldman LLC in Palm Beach, Florida. In her leisure time, Feldman enjoys reading non-fiction, and her favorite author is David McCullough.

McCullough has cemented his position as one of the foremost historians and writers in the United States. During his career, he has won the Pulitzer Prize twice and received the Presidential Medal of Freedom. His list of New York Times bestsellers includes 1776, John Adams, and The Wright Brothers, and his most recent publication is The American Spirit.

The American Spirit: Who We Are and What We Stand For is a collection of speeches given by McCullough throughout his career. He originally authored these texts for addressing audiences at universities, historical organizations, and the U.S. Congress. Compiled from a lifetime of work, The American Spirit offers readers a reminder of the core values of the nation and how they unite us, regardless of our differences.