A new study has found that running on a treadmill while in a chair is beneficial for your health.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University studied the health of people who walked on a treadmills while seated and on a bike while standing.
While there are no studies showing a beneficial effect on cardiovascular health, the researchers believe that the exercise may be beneficial for those who have compromised health in the past.
The study found that treadmill exercise had a positive impact on physical fitness, although it wasn’t a strong predictor of the outcome.
Researchers said that treadmill running was more effective than other exercise modes in improving the health outcomes.
It was a strong indication that people with compromised health could benefit from running.
The researchers suggested that the health benefits of running could be attributed to the biomechanics of the foot and the way the muscles connect to the body.
“Running on a track is a biomechanically unique, dynamic exercise that requires a very high degree of mobility and coordination,” said study author Andrew Nelms, Ph.
D., in a press release.
“The way the legs move together in a particular position makes it very difficult to control the pace, even with a stable foot.”
“The more a person has the right biomechanical fit, the more they can achieve the same type of health outcomes as those who don’t have a strong biomechanic fit.”
The study involved 643 people who were asked to complete a questionnaire while walking and running on three treadmill treadmill machines.
The researchers used the same exercise protocol as previous studies and monitored how the subjects performed.
The results showed that those who had a strong fit on a bicycle and walked on treadmalls were healthier than those who were average fit and walked in a normal chair.
“This is the first study that has looked at the biomechnical benefits of treadmill running,” said lead researcher Michael Pate, Ph.-D., a professor in the Department of Physiology and Exercise Sciences.
“We wanted to test the effects of running on running biomechanism and how they could be improved.”
The researchers added that they were also interested in how people performed in a treadmill and how the treadmill changed their overall health.
While the study found no statistically significant difference in the health status of those who ran on a chair versus those who walked, it did find that the amount of time spent in the treadmill was significantly different than that spent on a regular treadmill.
“The amount of running time and the type of treadmill exercise that people engaged in, and the amount they used the treadmill for, were significantly different when running on the treadmill versus running on other types of exercise,” Pate said.
While more research is needed to see if running on tread mills could be beneficial to your health, this study offers some ideas to consider.
“I think this is an important finding,” said Dr. Thomas E. Sommers, an exercise scientist at the Mayo Clinic.
“There is more that can be done with this information, especially for people who have weakened health systems that are more susceptible to cardiovascular disease, and also those with poor physical health.
It’s important to recognize that the way we do things has a lot to do with our physiology.”
Dr. Nelts said that people who are healthy should be exercising regularly.
“If you’re not exercising, then it is a good idea to look for other ways to keep your heart rate low and your blood pressure under control,” he said.