Walking after dinner can help to lower your blood sugar, burn calories, and help you sleep better. Swapping out sedentary TV time after dinner with a brisk walk can make a huge difference in your health and help you reach a new step goal.
A new British Medical Journal study found that getting active – even adding 1 light walk a day – can substantially decrease your risk of death. Read what else they found!
Are your daily steps more or less than the average American’s daily steps? What is the average anyway? Find out how your step number may depends on your age, occupation and more!
Multiple short walks can be just as good as one long walk to meet your fitness goals. Fit your steps into your busy schedule, boost your energy and creativity and hit your step goals with short walks.
Staying active and walking is particularly important for seniors. Walking provides a number of physical and mental health benefits, and can reduce your risk of health complications or even death!
It’s much easier to get your 30 minutes of daily walking if your walk is fun and interesting. Keep your walks fresh and stay motivated with these 19 useful tips.
Not everyone can get 10k steps per day, but even small increases in your steps number can dramatically improve your health. See how you can reduce your risk of death, even if you can’t hit 10k per day!