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(HealthDay News) -- The next time you head out for a run, consider using a trail for a change of pace and a new physical challenge.
The American Council on Exercise explains these benefits of running on a trail:
More entertaining, enjoyable exercise.
A greater physical challenge than running on a flat road.
Increased focus on what you're doing, engaging your mind and body.