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Running a movement that allows humans to move rapidly on foot. The difference of running from walking is that in walking, one foot is always in contact with the ground and legs are kept straight. Humans started running 2.6 million years ago to hunt animals to survive. Competitive running started in Ireland in 1828 BCE during the Talitetann Games. Running is the most accessible sport because it only requires runners to have two lower limbs.

In as much as you like our Running Icon, here are other variations you may also like:

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Running can be in the form of exercise or sports such as Frisbee or Football.

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You should wear comfortable attire when running. Your attire can help run faster and more efficient if it does not hinder movements.



Running helps you develop muscles in your torso, back, and of course, legs.

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