For your Home Run


It helps you slim down

Running and walking increase the metabolism and stimulate the muscles to draw energy from the fat in our body.

It’s good for your heart

With regular training, our heart rate tends to decrease both at rest and under stress: this is because the heart becomes more efficient.

It strengthens your bones

It is scientifically proven that running 15 minutes 3 times a week reduces the risk of osteoporosis by 40%. Running is also useful to strengthen ligaments and cartilage and, moreover, increases bone density.

It keeps you young

After the age of 20, the natural production of growth hormone (HGH) begins to decrease, and halts almost permanently after the age of 40. Practicing sports like running is the only way not to stop its production permanently.

It’s a great stress reliever

Walking and running are physical activities deeply rooted in human nature. They help us find our correct posture and a complete and efficient breathing, relieving tension on the back, shoulders and neck.