Even if the weather has cooled off, it’s still a great time to take a walk outside and complete a Monday Mile. But if you’re getting a bit bored with your walking routine, there are plenty of ways to change things up a bit.
Research shows that walking for at least 30 minutes a day may improve your cholesterol, lower your blood pressure and blood sugar levels, and help stave off stress. If you have already been able to incorporate more walking into your daily routine – or if you walk the Monday Mile every week – you’re already on a great path to getting more physical activity and fighting the dangers of a sedentary lifestyle.
Tired, achy legs can really cut into your passion for exercise.
Such pain is often the fate of beginners who engage certain muscles for the first time. Even seasoned athletes get sore when they try out new exercises or increase their reps. If your legs feel sore […]
Walking is real exercise; the startling health benefits prove it!
Don’t let that hard-core runner convince you otherwise: Walking is real exercise. A 2013 study found that walkers who cover the same mileage as runners enjoy comparable improvements in a variety of health markers. […]