One question that many people might be concerned about is how long a jogging session can take.

In reality, to decide how long you’re going to run, this depends on your running goals. Depending on the circumstances, the time you can run would also be different.

1. When you’re new to racing

Start to start with what you can do, and then slowly accelerate your pace and set targets that you can aspire to accomplish. You should implement a ‘go-run’ technique, i.e. where you run for 3 minutes and then walk for 1 minute. You should do it again in 10-15 repetitions.

2. If you want to increase your endurance (run longer) 

The key to rising endurance is to spend more time on your legs. Let ‘s assume that if you run 3 days a week, you can consider adding another day of running, so if you run for 20 minutes a day, you should raise it to 25 minutes a day.

3. When you’re training for a marathon

When you intend to run a race, the race will be 30 percent of the weekly run mileage. 

If surpassed, you will be injured in the long term

4. When you’re trying to tone the body 

If weight loss is your only target, you’re going to need more than one thing to run. It’s running that should be paired with weight lifting so that you can reach this target fast.

5. When you’re trying to minimize tension 

Many experiments have found that sweating is the most effective way to relieve tension. Running and exercising helps to dispel depression. 

You can workout 3-5 days a week to hit 50-85 percent of your maximum heart rate. If you do this on a daily basis, you can reduce tension dramatically.

Few tips to keep in mind 

-According to the American Heart Association, running 2-3 times a day for 10-15 minutes will have the same advantages as a 30-minute sprint. 

-The pace you run is the determining factor in the amount of calories you burn. -When you’re racing uphill, you’re going to burn more calories.