A strong core helps you maintain good walking posture, keeps your body strong and helps avoid injury, and lets you do more in your daily life. Your daily walk can also be a chance to improve your core strength.
102km is the distance goal for Pacer’s UNHCR: Step With Refugees Challenge. Here’s how far you’ll go, how many steps you’ll take, and how many calories you’ll burn.
If you’re having trouble controlling your weight with a walking routine, you may be overeating without even realizing it! … Healthy eating doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy what you eat.
As part of Pacer’s UNHCR: Step With Refugees Challenge, we’d like to share the stories of actual refugees who had to travel great distances to reach safety. Today, we’re sharing the stories of 2 such displaced people: Alin from Myanmar and Eva from South Sudan.
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!
Pacer is happy to announce our UNHCR: Step With Refugees special challenge. Walk 102 km in 30 days to support awareness of the 2 billion km refugees walk collectively every year.
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.
Walking is the most popular and widely recommended type of cardio exercise. Cardiovascular exercise, also known as aerobic exercise, gets your heart pumping and helps to strengthen your heart and lungs.
While getting more steps is great for your health, there are steps that you can take to maximize the benefits for your specific walking goal – whether it’s everyday health, weight loss or energy and mood.
Lower back pain is a common problem that can make it difficult to get your steps, but there are exercises and treatments you can do to mitigate pain and stay active.