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.
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.
Should you walk (almost) every day? For healthy adults, the answer is yes! Creating a daily habit means you won’t have to come up with the motivation to walk every day – it’ll become something you’ll just do naturally!
Yoga is a great way to help walkers get more flexible, build strength, and feel amazing. It’s a wonderful compliment to walking which incorporates stretches for flexibility as well as strength-building poses as well as breathing and relaxation.
Identify and overcome 7 of the most common reasons why you you miss your daily step goals. Once you have a solution in hand, you’ll power through potential excuses and get your daily steps!
How many steps should you walk every day? 10,000? More? Less? Find out the minimum number of steps you should be walking, and how to choose the best daily step goal for you. Stay motivated, challenge yourself, and stay active over the long run!
Owning a dog is one of the best motivators to get out and walk 10,000 steps every day. Walking keeps you both healthy, and your pooch stimulated and happy. Here are some tips to get a nice, brisk walk with your dog, stay safe and have more fun.
Studies show that walking for a few minutes every hour can be more beneficial than one extended walk. By breaking up your sitting time, you’ll get all the regular benefits of walking PLUS a few you can only get from quick workouts throughout the day!
Adding 2,000 extra steps in your day can burn 100 calories or more, get you almost an extra mile of walking, and help you reach your daily recommended activity goals. These 30 tips will get you more steps throughout your day so that hit those extra 2,000 steps per day.
Low-impact exercises give you a cardio workout with less impact on your joints, which is great for seniors and people with long-term injuries or health problems. The best low-impact cardio exercise you can do is actually walking!