If you're unable to walk for 20 or 30 minutes straight you can break it down into 10 minute intervals.
The important thing is to do it.
You'll improve your overall health both physically and mentally.
Tip: Walk 20 to 30 minutes a day to increase your energy and metabolic rate
Benefit: Reduces excess body fat and releases endorphins, the feel good chemicals in your brain
Tip: Walk a little faster here and there to increase heart and lung health
Benefit: Helps to reduce the risk of coronary artery disease by lowering high blood pressure and high cholesterol and increases lung capacity
Tip: Skip a few times during your walk and swing your arms higher
Benefit: Strengthens the skeletal system which helps to reduce the risk of osteoporosis and helps to increase joint range of motion
Tip: Walk after eating breakfast, lunch or dinner
Benefit: Helps with digestion by allowing your food to process better
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