When walking for weight loss, your diet is just as important (if not moreso) than how many steps you take or calories you burn from walking. Here’s why what you eat is just as important as how far you walk, plus how eating better can get you more steps!
The difference between hitting your step goals coming up short is usually a set of daily habits that promote walking. These 7 proven habits of successful fitness walkers will help ensure that you don’t miss a walk.
Walking with a buddy makes walking fun and motivates you to get your steps. Here are 6 reasons why you should walk with a friend, plus 10 ways to get your friend hooked on walking!
Walking with proper posture and stepping correctly can help you walk longer and more comfortably, while helping to prevent injuries and soreness. Perfecting your walking posture can help you prevent overuse injuries, as well as reduce pain from existing ones.
Should your activity goal for fitness walking be hitting a certain number of steps or walking for a specific amount of time? Here’s why we’re partial to step counting, but why some people will do better focusing on time walked.
Keeping your feet warm during winter walking sessions is critical to getting in your daily recommended walking. You’ll enjoy your walks more and get more exercise even when the temps drop.
Committing to taking the first step and getting out of your house is usually enough to power you through an entire walking workout. This one simple motivation tool can go a long way to ensuring that you stay active.
Did you know that walking makes you happier, in addition to getting you healthier? Walking is a powerful mood booster that gives you energy and increases creativity.
Understanding portion sizes can be one of your keys to both eating healthier and losing weight. If you’re taking the effort to walk 30-minutes a day or more, build off of that hard work by choosing proper portions and eating a bit healthier.
If the weather makes it hard to get out and walk, you can still get your steps and burn calories by doing cardio at home.