Is running 5 miles harder than biking 10 miles?
== == It is used at the end of a sentence to describe that something is in the extreme level or in a higher level than others. In the sentence, "I like hiking, swimming, and running but I like biking the most." Biking is the thing which is in the extreme position as it is liked the most. It is liked more than hiking, swimming and running.
Yes it is harder. Running shoes are designed just for that - running. The soles provide extra cushioning as you run; and they flex better than flip flops for more explosive movement. It is even harder to kick a ball in flip flops - for more often than not, the footwear will dessert the foot and fly through the air in pursuit of the ball!!
Depends on what you mean by better. Running is harder on your joints, like knees, ankles and hips. But you need less gear, and it's usually easier to find a safe place to run. Biking is softer on your body)good if you're a bit overweight), but you need a bike and somewhere to ride it. In terms of calorie usage and general fitness, how long and how hard you exercise is more important than what…
It usually comes down to whatever is harder. If you run 5 miles in 40 minutes and give it everything you have, you burn a lot more calories than you do walking for 60 minutes. Just another tidbit, Sprinting burns a lot more calories than long distance running. Sprinters can be burning calories up to 3 days after a workout. The faster you run, the harder it is so therefore the more calories you burn…
How much more difficult is running 1.5 miles up and down hills with the same starting and stopping point and a roughly 5 to 10 percent grade throughout than running 1.5 miles on a flat track?
Walking, running, surfing and biking all grant 1 experience point to each Pokemon in the day care for each tile you travel over. Because biking travels over more tiles more quickly than any other form of transportation, it will level Pokemon in the day care more quickly than the other forms of transportation.
i believe teeth are harder than metal. Are teeth harder harder than bones? And does it depend where in the body the bones are? I heard that bones are harder than cement and teeth are made from the same material as bones, so I don't think they are harder than metal.(If cement is harder than metal that is)
Running is harder. It puts more strain on the knees, back, ankles, and feet because of the hard surfaces that have to be used. It also fights gravity. Swimming doesn't fight gravity so the body fairs much better in water than it does on a hard surface. Swimming provides good aerobic exercise with less strain.