Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Start out with the low scale workout

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Walk normal at first until you feel a need to pick up pace. Gradually walk into a brisk movement and after you finish your time limit, slowly cool down by reducing your walk to normal pace. Intense exercise should be worked into. If you intend to strength train do your walking fitness program first until you build strength.



Walking fitness is a program either you set up or else you join a team of walkers. The programs include the seven-day workouts. In this program, you use a log to record your progress, feelings, plans, goals, schedule and so on. The goal is to start walking each day for at least ten minutes. The goal includes a short-term goal, which you work your way up to walking at least
20 minutes each day.

You can join a team of walkers if you feel you cannot adhere to your own plans. Joining team will inspire you, since you will feel a need to keep up. In most teams you have beginners, moderate and advanced walkers. Start in the beginners program and work to moderate, especially if you are not use to exercise. Overexerting your body will only wear you down. Overexertion is the common reason why most people cease exercise and walking to fitness.If you decide that you can walk on your own, move in slow and work up to brisk walks. Brisk walks are great for reducing health conditions or potentials, such as heart disease. One of the top killers in American is the well-known heart attack or strokes. Brisk walks will shrink your chance of heart attack up to
50%. In addition, brisk walks will reduce the risks of diabetes, strokes, high cholesterol, high blood and so on.
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