Some occupations help you rack up the steps more than others. I had two of these jobs back in the day, before fitness trackers were even a hint of an idea!
Happy walking! (Or should I say, Happy working?)
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Are you a dog person or a cat person? If the former, you might have more steps to show for it.
(Although Chanel, pictured, was known to prefer rides in the front basket of mom Robynn’s bicycle, the breeze flowing through her fur!)
Consider varying your speed on your next walk, especially if one of your fitness goals is to see a smaller number on the scale.
Interested in learning more about intervals? Watch for a future post with details.
Need something to help you stick to a walking routine? Try this:
You don’t need much time to reap an important benefit of walking:
Walking has many advantages over running, and these numbers tell part of that story:
Sometimes we need motivation to keep putting one foot in front of the other. Music can be an aid (see
this post). Whether you sync up the beat with your footsteps or simply use it as a distraction, does it matter if it gets you going? Here’s some inspiration, and happy walking!
Here is today’s walking fact — with wishes for good health!
You know when your feet feel sooooo tired after a day of sightseeing or wandering through a theme park or museum? Here’s why:
How much walking do we do during our time on Earth? (Long training walks for races notwithstanding…) Here’s an approximation: