f you want a new way to burn fat, try walking backwards up a hill or on the treadmill. It requires a different set of muscles, and you can tone obliques and firm your glutes and hamstrings. Just make sure as you’re heading backwards, you keep your head turned to see where you’re going.
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If you’re walking to lose weight, you can pick up the pace if you walk the right way. Here’s how:
Stand straight and keep yourself centered between your front and back legs with each step.
As you step reach with the heel of the leading foot and push off with the toes from the trailing foot.
Tighten your buttocks to [...]
America’s surgeon general recommends that besides your everyday activities, you also exercise moderately for thirty minutes a day. I was curious if thirty minutes of exercise was enough to prevent weight gain, and the answer I discovered was a resounding NO! In fact, according to various studies, in order to prevent weight gain, a person [...]
Everyone knows walking is good for you, and here are fifteen fabulous reasons why you should lace up your walking shoes and head out the door.
Anyone can lose weight if they are willing to walk. The best way to do it, according to a professional walking coach, is to start with short walks—ten minutes to begin—twice a day for five days a week. Each week increase the length of your walk by five minutes until you are walking sixty to ninety [...]