Like many Kate lines, 30, Portland, Oregon, likes to be chilled one after the other Daud.
A former resident of Providence, Rhode Island, he has joined many friends Craft brew, A 5-kilometer (or slightly more than 3-mile) jaunt run primarily on the East Coast followed by a craft brew fest. She says this is a great way to be active and social.
Such running-plus-drinking events tap into a long-standing tradition – and sometimes even intermittently during activity. Not a new concept, even the Tarahumara people, who are native to the Copper Canyon in Mexico, made it famous for their ongoing progress and featured in the popular book “Born to Run”, some Tecate beers on their part. Known as holding back Active diet, Author Christopher McDougall explains. A digital health analyst, Lyons says he is in his personal justification for tapping back after a run.
From New England to California, and across the country where wine making and winemaking are rooted in culture, alcohol And often exercise. “Our generation appreciates combining a physical activity with enjoying a good beer or two afterward,” Lyons says. What’s more, where most adults in America drink alcohol at least occasionally – and many Drink more than the recommended maximum Adding activity to the equation – one to two drinks per day for women and men respectively – can help counterbalance the long-term long-term effects from imbalance.
In the most comprehensive study of its kind, published in September in the British Journal of Sports Medicine, researchers in Australia assessed whether long-term mortality related to Western drinking habits could be, at least, partially offset by physical activity. The research evaluated British survey data for more than 36,000 men and women – from those who reported that they did not drink occasionally to individuals who drank at higher levels than recommended. The researchers then looked at the participants’ reports Activity level And mortality on average over a period of a decade.
They found that being at least as active or as recommended by the United Kingdom and US Public Health Physical Activity Guidelines, or equivalent to at least 2.5 hours of moderate-intensity activity per week – such as brisk walking – on the mortality rate of alcohol consumption Reducing the effects for all reasons including Cancer. Physical activity appeared to completely bridge the link between alcohol and the risk of death from cancer, Emmanuel Stamatakis, senior author of the study and an associate professor of physical activity and health at the University of Sydney, Australia, in an email said. The effect was seen for those who drank to dangerous levels of alcohol, he says, or up to 20 US standard drinks per week for women and 28 standard American drinks for men – where a standard drink was a 12-ounce beer Will (with 5 percent alcohol) or 5-ounce alcohol (with 12 percent alcohol). “Physical activity also changed the relationship between alcohol and all-mortality in a very similar way,” he says.
However, there is no evidence Drinkers You can overcome your risk with exercise. “It is notable that physical activity did not compensate for the risk of mortality for people drinking at harmful levels – which is 20 US standard drinks per week for women and 28 standard US drinks per week for men, “Says Stamatakis.
For those who exercise regularly, getting back into moderation can also help Reduce the risk of heart disease. “Our study showed that among physically active participants, occasional alcohol intake (defined as drinking, but not drinking every week) may have cardio-protective benefits. About 50 percent of Was lacking [cardiovascular disease] Mortality risk in physically active occasional drinking groups compared to physically active drinkers, ”says Stamatakis. “But such benefits of occasional consumption were not present among physically inactive participants.” And therein lies: Most Americans do not meet public health guidelines for activity, and sedentary lifestyles combined with alcohol can be a decidedly unhealthy and even deadly mixture.
In addition – often lost in discussion about the latest research on the benefits of alcohol consumption – the 2015-2020 U.S. dietary Guidelines Do not recommend that individuals who do not drink alcohol begin drinking for any reason. Stamatakis suggests that people who take a drink take a break from consuming alcohol, if possible, for a week. “Even moderate regular weekly consumption (in recommended amounts) is associated with an increase in cancer mortality in inactive people,” he says. However, in addition, occasional drinking – not weekly – may be associated with cardiovascular benefits among active people, he says.
In the immediate word, those wishing to cool down after working out with an icy cold, refreshing, mountain vista-vision-inducing drink (or whatever else the image might add) to think about those rocky tumbling The best work can be done. The first flanks. Hydrate With a sports drink with water and / or electrolytes, and refill with the first meal, says Stella Volpe, registered dietitian nutritionist and professor and chairman of the Department of Nutrition Sciences at Drexel University in Philadelphia. Then, if you want to toast your effort: “Enjoy that glass of wine or bottle of beer you may also have as you continue to consume the food,” she advises. Don’t work hard, play hard mindset, cancel your fitness efforts. The research Shows that drinking too much can hamper recovery and the body’s ability to build muscle after a workout.
Instead create a balance, and experts say that if you find yourself sedentary and silly angling for a drink, go for the runner’s high instead. “Exercise that gets people out of breath or sweat will have a lot of additional benefits, including that the satire has a ‘feel good’ effect that is hangover-free, of driving people to talk, talk, or have sex. Does not inhibit capacity, and does not grow long term risk for cancer and other chronic disease, ”says Stamatakis. “Physical activity is quite the opposite, in fact,” he says, reducing the risk for many chronic conditions. And it’s something to celebrate – and one reason many do with a decoction after a run. “You feel great about yourself,” Lyons says. “[You can] Reflect on what you have just completed-