Walking Your Way to a Healthier You

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Walking would be classed as one of the best forms of exercises for people who are unhealthy, as you can do to obtain better health and become fitter, and best of all it costs you nothing. It can be taken up by anyone no matter what their age or physical condition.

If you are overweight and want to lose weight, but you aren't fit enough to start running, then you should start walking. Walking is very beneficial to the health and your well being. By walking you start to lose weight and if you incorporate a diet into your day you will start losing weight fast. Soon enough you will feel confident enough to start running for even more weight loss.

Even if you aren't overweight walking can still be for you. If you have a very busy schedule and can't fit in something that will keep you happy then walking is great! You can do it wherever and chances are you already do quite a lot of it if you are busy).

It may sound stupid but the first step to getting healthier should be taken slowly which is why you should start off with no more than a 10- minute walk most days of the week. After you can then increase this to 15 minutes and maybe even a bit more and you can also increase the number of days you do it.

Walking can be very beneficial and if you are unfit it is a great way to becoming healthier and improving your well being. Below see some advantages of starting walking:

  • See an increase in your fitness
  • Tone Your Muscles
  • Reduce stress levels
  • Become more energetic
  • Start losing weight
  • Reduce the risk of heart problem
  • Reduce the risk of breathing problems

Regardless of whether you are overweight or if you are trying to find a way to stay active and healthy, walking is a great way to do so.

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This article was published on 2010/04/02