How can I make Walking a Part of Your Daily Routine?

Physical activity provides several benefits, including improved fitness and mood, reduced disease risk, and a better chance of living a longer, healthier life.

As a result, individuals should exercise for at least 150 minutes each week at a moderate intensity.

This amounts to 2.5 hours of brisk walking each week in terms of walking (at least 10 minutes at a time). Exercising more than this provides additional health advantages and reduces your illness risk. There are a number of ways to improve your walking and achieve this aim.

Here are a few recommendations:

  1. Use a fitness tracker and log your steps to encourage yourself to exercise more.

  2. 2. Make going for a walking during your lunch break or after dinner a routine.
    3. Invite a friend to join you for a stroll in the evening.
    4. Take your dog for a stroll every day or join a friend’s dog walk.
    5. Take a walk with a coworker instead of meeting at your desk.
    6. Sending the kids to school or going to the grocery can all be done on foot.
    7. Take a walk to work. If the distance is too far, park further away or get off the bus a few stations early and walk the rest of the way.
    8. To keep your walks interesting, choose different and challenging routes.

9. Become a member of a walking group.

Every little bit helps, so start small and gradually increase your daily walking distance. Adding more walking to your daily routine will help you burn calories and lose weight.

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