Wear a pedometer and strive to take at least 10,000 steps a day, including one brisk 30-minute walk or three 10-minute walks. Walking elevates your mood, challenges your heart and can even help reduce food cravings.
Take a left instead of a right on your walk or run. Changing up your routine keeps your enthusiasm revved.
When taking the bus or train, get off one or two stops before your destination and squeeze in a short walk.
Focus on keeping good posture and holding in your tummy while you walk, and you’ll burn calories and firm up at the same time. It requires more energy to keep these muscles taut and you will get better results.
We all know about the advantages of physical activity, but most of us have neither time, nor desire to exercise. Use the stairs as often as possible instead of the elevator, take a walk with your friends, walk your dog a bit longer than usual – use any possibility to be more physically active. Researchers …