What Happens to Your Body on a 30-Minute Run [interesting read]

June 28, 2012 — 2 Comments

In the First Few Seconds

Your muscles start using adenosine triphosphate (ATP), energy molecules your body makes from food.

That burst of power you feel? It’s ATP converting into another high-powered molecule, adenosine diphosphate (ADP). Muscle cells, expert recyclers, will turn ADP back into ATP after the initial surge.

Continue reading at Active.com.


Training Journal – 6/28/12:

  • Current plan: Half-marathon program
  • Today’s session: 7 mi easy @ 9:19
  • Comments: I did 7.2 @ 8:41
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2 responses to What Happens to Your Body on a 30-Minute Run [interesting read]

  1. 

    I guess swimming is similar?

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