Just bet @DanBilzerian he can't bike from his house to the past Vegas sign in 48 hrs her has until March 31st to start— Bill Perkins (Guy) (@bp22) 17 februari 2016
The bet was concluded with Bill Perkins. The entrepreneur and amateur poker player wants to see if Mr. Bilzerian can cycle the ride without dying. The self-proclaimed “King of Instagram” hasn’t sat on a bike for eighteen years so can he can use the help of “Big Tex”. It might be smart if Perkins set a mandatory doping test. You never know it with cycling;)
La to Vegas on a bicycle 1.2 million on the line, haven't sat on a bicycle in 18 years. 278 miles https://t.co/9muksIwzbV— Dan Bilzerian (@DanBilzerian) 17 februari 2016
“It seems that the biggest health benefits of running already can occur at very short distances.” – Dr. Carl J. Lavie, CardiologistSo you don;t have to wander our run hours in the park to get the benefits. On the contrary: 1 or 2 times running 5 to 10 km is enough for your body according to Lavie. However, if you have ambitions to be better or faster, you will need something more than this in order to improve your oxygen uptake. A heart rate monitor can help here, so you know exactly what heart rate zone you are currently training. Furthermore, it’s not always better. Finally, there are also health limits to the top of the spectrum. More than 1 hour running a day gives you just more risk of heart problems, injuries and other nasty health problems.