If you’re experiencing shin pain after an intense walking workout, you may be suffering from shin splints. The good news is that you can manage shin splint pain, and help to reduce your risk of shin splints by taking some simple steps
Smarter snacking, combined with a daily brisk walking habit, is a great way to stay healthier, lose weight and feel great! How you snack is an important part of of any health and fitness routine.
Pacer is excited to introduce our first sponsored challenge – our Audible 6 for 6 Challenge. Walk 6,000 steps per day for 6 days between Oct. 15th and Nov 15th to earn an exclusive Audible challenge badge. In addition, Audible has given us a special deal for our Pacer users (US users only for this one).
The right kind of snacking can actually reduce the number of calories … you eat in a day by reducing your overall hunger and extending your energy cycles. The problem is that most of us snack on the wrong things. And for the wrong reasons.
Walking is of the best forms of cardio exercise you can do… Some people walk to lose weight, but what if you don’t need to lose weight? Should you still try to walk more? Yes!
A night walk can be the perfect way for busy people to get more steps and to make it to that digital confetti moment when you hit your step goals. If you’re not a morning walker, the evening might be your only chance to get in a walking workout.
Walking at a brisk pace is often recommended as a great form of cardio exercise, but what is the average walking speed, and how does it vary by age (and sex)?