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!
Has your weight loss progress stalled? Don’t worry! Nearly everyone hits a plateau in their weight loss progress eventually. Your body is great at adapting to change, so you may need to adjust your exercise and eating routine.
It’s extremely important that office workers get up and move as often as possible to prevent damage caused by prolonged sitting. Here are the dangers of sitting for prolonged periods as well as 6 ways to stand up and get more active.
Walking with proper posture is critical to prevent injuries, walk longer, and feel more comfortable while fitness walking. Keep your head level, shoulders back, and arms relaxed and you’ll look like a walking pro!
Starting a morning walking routine is the best way to get your daily walk in before distractions can intervene. Try these 11 tricks to ease into morning walking and beat your step goal.
Daily walking is cheap, easy, and a great way to lose weight! If you’ve had difficulty walking for weight loss or are looking to start, these 8 tips can get you better results, today!
If you’re not getting as many steps as you’d like, one of these common walking mistakes might be holding you back. You can get more steps, more comfortably and have more fun with your walks by improving your walking routine.
Once you turn your walking routine into a daily habit, you won’t have to worry about motivation – you’ll just get out and walk! Here’s how to create a habit that makes crushing your step goals a breeze!
Eating a healthier office lunch gives you more energy both for work and for getting as active as possible during your workday. Fortunately, with a bit of planning and some easy-to-remember tips, you can eat a better lunch that will get you moving all day long!
You can still get your morning walk on and reach your step goals even during winter! Walking in the morning means making sure you get your steps in before life can step in and distracts you. Winter has some unique challenges, but you can do it with a little prep!