Updated: Dec 1, 2020
Though running is common in both these sports, they are worlds apart. Both are solo endurance sports having different challenges. Running long distances is the key to these sports. If you are doing one kind then try another for a new challenge, but if you are starting to run then take a pick up on your liking.
Road running is a convenient option as your platform to run is easily accessible. Starting your fitness regime with running on paved roads of your city is a good place to begin. With more people showing interest to improve their health, road running is gaining popularity. A good pair of running shoes and comfortable clothes are all you need to start this outdoor sport. Increase your stamina, build your endurance and get healthier as you run through the sights and, hustle and bustle of your city.
Trail running falls in a different zone from road running. Feel the breeze on your face, take in the smells of nature, listen to the birds and insects, hear your heartbeat in your ears, experience the rush of adrenaline, push yourself beyond your boundaries as you run in rugged nature. Run large distances in challenging natural terrain with ascents and descents. Even seasoned runners find it challenging due to the undulating terrain, but it is the terrain and nature that makes it alluring. Add nature to your fitness with trail running.
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