outline for jogging vs walking

outline for jogging vs walking - 1 Jogging burns...

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Jogging vs. Walking I. Similarities / Advantages A. Provide an aerobic workout 1. Strengthens the heart 2. Strengthens the lungs B. Improve muscle tone C. Increase energy D. Reduce stress II. Differences / Disadvantages A. Length of time for exercise (to receive benefits) 1. Walk longer - 45 min. / 5 mph 2. Jogging – 20 – 30 minutes B. Walk longer to burn more CALORIES 1. 150 lb person / walks 4 miles / 340 calories 2. 150 lb person / jogs 4 miles / 450 calories C. Metabolism / Burning fat
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Jogging burns carbohydrates, but fat continues to burn after the workout because jogging increases the metabolism 2. Walking burns stored fat D. Effect on body parts 1. Walking is easier on body parts a. Hips, knees, feet, shins & back 1. Jogging increases the risk of injury Main idea: Both walking and jogging improve physical fitness, but each has its disadvantages in the effects on body parts or how long one must perform the exercise....
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course RDG 071 taught by Professor Chaloka during the Spring '09 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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