Most people want to get more active, but how much activity should people get every week? Does it make a difference if you get your activity through brisk walking versus doing a more intense activity?
Sometimes you feel like you need an energy boost to start your walk, while other times a long walk leaves you reaching for a snack. Should you eat before or after a walking workout? Do you need to eat at all when you walk?
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Experienced walkers know that getting your steps every day isn’t just about walking harder, but walking smarter. Planning your walks can help you hit your daily step goal while minimizing your risk of injury. Deciding whether to take a brisk fitness walk or a long stroll, or whether to brave the weather or walk indoors can… Continue reading 4 important decisions serious walkers like you need to make every day
If you’re walking for weight loss, you want the most accurate weight loss calculator available. It’s called the NIH Body Weight Planner, and it’s used by Pacer Coach.
Coconut water is promoted as “nature’s sports drink,” and is touted for its health benefits. Should you actually drink coconut water during your walks, and is it actually a low-calorie, healthy drink?