Running may have its merits and may work for some people, especially for those under 40 years of age, however it did not work well for my fitness and personal development goals.
In fact, it became detrimental even though I used to love the feeling of runners high once upon a time. On those day, I was merely consuming traditional medical advice and remained dependent on contrived research results. My naivety cost me a lot, manifesting as physical, mental, and emotional pain.
Based on my biohacking experimentation after losing confidence on the traditional approach, I developed more optimal and joyful ways to improve my fitness and health as documented in an article on Medium titled “Do you want to be fitter, stronger, healthier, happier, and wiser without going to a gym?”