Summer is a great time to get out and walk, but there are many summer walking myths that can prevent you from getting the most out of your summer walks.
To get the most out of your fitness walks, you’ll need to strike the right balance between challenging yourself to walk more and preventing injury and burnout.
Eating more fiber in your diet can help you feel more full, control blood sugar and cholesterol, and help you take in fewer calories and lose weight.
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You can burn even more calories than brisk walking by upping the intensity of your walks. If you want to lose more weight by walking, or if you simply don’t have much time to walk, these intense fitness walking styles can help maximize your benefits.
While counting your daily steps is key to staying motivated and active, a narrow focus on your step number can actually sabotage your daily walking routine. Your step number is a means to an end – it helps you quantify the health benefits you’re earning and the calories you’re burning
Exercise can be difficult when dealing with joint pain, but you can maintain a walking routine that keeps your joints mobile.
You can still get your steps and beat the heat even if you’re not able to use your favorite indoor walking locations. Stay cool and keep moving this summer to keep up your fitness and stay healthy.
Pilates is a popular form of exercise that you can do in your own home, and which can form a great complement to a walking for fitness routine. When you’re not walking or on a rest day, you can use Pilates to build strength and flexibility as well as strengthen your core.
Increasing the intensity and speed of your walks can boost your calorie burn by up to 50% or more, but that’s not the only way to lose weight walking.