Summer is a great time to get out and walk, but there are many summer walking myths that can prevent you from getting the most out of your summer walks.
You can still get your steps and beat the heat even if you’re not able to use your favorite indoor walking locations. Stay cool and keep moving this summer to keep up your fitness and stay healthy.
Hitting your step goal is important, but it’s just as important to know when you’ve walked too much and it’s time to cut your walk short. Staying injury free and motivated is key for walking for exercise.
Desserts and snacks (even unhealthy ones) can be part of a healthy eating plan so long as they’re only eaten occasionally and you adjust the rest of what you eat to compensate.
This 3-walk program is easy to fit into your day. You can finally walk 10,000 steps per day by adding 3 easy walks – in the morning, afternoon and after dinner.
Most health organizations recommend walking at least 30 minutes per day, but you can get significant health benefits from walking more than that. If your goal is 10,000 steps, you’ll almost certainly want to exceed this recommendation. Getting the recommended amount of walking can reduce your risk of serious health conditions, including heart disease, diabetes… Continue reading How many steps per day should healthy adults walk for real health and fitness?
Healthy-sounding food labels can often hide calorie traps that can undermine your healthy eating plan. “Superfoods,” low-fat options or light varieties of your favorite foods can actually trick you into eating more calories than you otherwise would.
Walking and other cardio exercise helps overcome the health concerns of a sedentary lifestyle, but even light activity makes a big impact. Walk when you can, and move even when you can’t go for a full walk.
If you’re thinking of starting a walking program, you can lose weight, feel great and improve your health and it’s easier than you might think. Even small amounts of walking can have major effects on your health, so all you need to do is get moving!
Make the most of your limited outdoor time and you’ll maintain a high step count and burn more calories even if you’re rarely able to leave the house due to coronavirus prevention measures. Working from home doesn’t need to mean that you’re completely sedentary.