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.
Winter is peak cold and flu season, but should you walk with a cold? It turns out that there is a simple rule that can help you decide whether to walk or not with a cold.
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.
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 – it’s just something you’ll 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.
Did you know that walking can actually give you more energy than caffeine? A 2017 study found that a 10-minute walk gets you a bigger energy boost than a cup of tea or a single espresso shot.
Believe it or not, you can still get your daily steps and eat (relatively) healthy, even during the holiday season! Here are 4 walking tips, 4 eating tips and 4 gift ideas.
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.
You can still get your steps in winter and stay active and healthy, even in cold or difficult weather… Your body will also thank you for the benefits to your physical and mental health!
Walking more can form the basis of an effective weight loss and fitness plan, but you may not be getting the most out of your walks if you’re making these 8 mistakes. Correct your habits and enjoy the resulting calorie burn.