Walking For Exercise Fitness and Fun


posted on 15th of march, 2011

Walking for Exercise, Fitness, and Fun is a great way to combine a workout with an enjoyable activity. Is not only easy and simple but anybody can do it. Walking is far less traumatic on the body than running or jogging. It is quite likely the most popular physical activity today; Why? Because people of all age groups can get involved and enjoy the benefits!

Walking for fun is an excellent way to get your body into good physical shape, and help in maintaining overall health and wellness. Walking is an activity where the participant often uses the areas around where they live, usually on roads, footpaths or parks and recreational areas. Walking has proven to be a great beneficial exercise because it is the most natural movement for your body to do.

Walking for Exercise is a fun way to help us achieve any fitness level. Walking has become the new mantra for people who want to shed those extra pounds, and is an ideal choice for many because it requires little more than suitable clothing, good shoes, and a safe, walking area.

Walking for fun, has become without a doubt, one of the best ways to get in shape, and improve your health. {I am testament to this fact} Walking is also one of the best aerobic exercises for your heart. Walking for fitness is inexpensive, safe, and amazingly good for you.

As for fitness; Walking is the nearest activity to the perfect exercise. In fact walking is one of the most natural forms of exercise for the body which is simple and safe. Another important aspect of walking is that it allows you to find your own unique pace.

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Walking for Exercise is ideal for people of all ages to get and keep their body fit and healthy. Yes, you Do you need to talk to your doctor, before you start any exercise program. Especially any exercise routine that will raise your heart rate. Because walking is low impact... it is an excellent way to stave off Heart Disease:
30 minutes a day is a good and reasonably easy target to achieve, over a short period of time. Stays in control of your walking and do not overdo it...!

Walking for a Healthy Heart,For Close to 2,500 years, walking has been known; and used as an excellent form of exercise, it is now endorsed by most of the world's leading experts in obesity. Walking is a low impact gentle exercise that allows you to reach good levels of fitness, in a relatively short period of time.
{4 to 6 Months} If you are consistant.

An exercise that anyone can do without joining the gym, or purchasing expensive equipment, the natural way to fitness and weight control. When we are walking we not only strengthen our heart; all other lower body muscle groups, such as Thighs, Ham String, Buttocks, Lower Back, Knees, Calf’s, Ankles and Feet.

By reducing the amount of work that the heart needs to do, We are helping to make it stronger and more able to cope with far less effort. Also walking for fun and fitness, gives you a reason to get yourself, outside into the sunshine. And that has always been a good thing for everyone!


Is Walking Good For You...!!!

Comments (7)

Posted by M1ckyp on April 22, 2011
Thank You all for your
kind words. I am touched
that you like my contribution.

Micky.
Posted by Laurasinelle on March 15, 2011
Thanks for sharing!
Posted by Egomezta on March 15, 2011
Great blog, thanks for sharing.
Posted by smartview27 on March 15, 2011
Walking is great!
Posted by Anhong on March 15, 2011
oh, good advice, walking is becoming a trend.
Posted by Amlyd on March 15, 2011
I guess my profile pic tells you something...

Last 'big' walk a few months ago was the C2C - which we do again soon for charity, being for less fortunate young and old who are not able to enjoy life's most simple of pleasures.

The pic was actually taken on the Cotswold Way walk (only about 105 miles, but very hot when we did it and I am hamming it up for the camera..). And you are absolutely right, we are both in our mid 60s and often see young bucks with enormous backpacks failing badly due to lack of practice. Walk little and often before taking on the distances and you will feel much healthier and better for it, and don't even get me started on the views!
Posted by Uptall on March 15, 2011
i like walking actually



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Intermeadiate Hill Walker, Several Years Experience Walking in The Scottish Highlands, walks under our belt include, Pen-y-Fan Wales, Big Ben Nevis, The West Highland Way, From Glasgow to Fort William 3 Times, & The Great Glenn Way, from Fort William to Inverness. plus a few dozen Local Walks, and a couple of 26, Mile Marathon Walks.


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