For weight loss, running may seem to be more strenuous, so there’s no surprises the potential calorie burn is far greater which is 2.5 times more calories than walking. Also, researchers found that post-exercise appetite suppression is greater after vigorous exercise, with participants eating fewer calories post workout.

For heart health however, a well-known study which looked at 33,000 runners and 15,000 walkers showed that brisk walking cuts the risk of heart trouble, including high blood pressure and diabetes slightly more than running when the same energy is expended. Other studies suggest doing too much high-intensity exercise may increase risks of dying from a heart attack or developing an irregular heart rhythm later in life.

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