The Benefits of Walking
Studies show that walking regularly lowers your risk of both heart disease stroke. Walking gets your heart rate up causes your body to burn calories. This, in turn, lowers your cholesterol level.
According to The Stroke Association, walking for half an hour every day helps to keep your blood pressure in check reduces your risk of stroke by up to 27 percent. Walking gives your circulation a boost helps to increase the levels of oxygen in your blood. This actually leads to feeling more energetic after a short (brisk) walk.
Walking isn’t going to build muscle as effectively as other more strenuous exercises. However, a walking routine does help you burn fat build some muscle, especially in the legs. Walking gives your calves your thighs quite a workout. It also helps your glutes.
Compared to more high-impact exercises such as running, walking is also very gentle on people with arthritis. It’s relatively easy to choose a route, head outside give your muscles the workout they need.
Weight Loss Other Benefits
According to Mayo Clinic, walking isn’t the best way to lose weight. But it certainly helps. To lose one pound per week, consider eliminating roughly 500 calories from your diet each day.
Walking is actually of more importance after you lose weight. Studies indicate the people who are most successful keeping weight off are those who participate in frequent physical activities. One of the most important things to remember is balance. Overdoing any form of exercise is dangerous. Start slow gradually build up to a longer regimen.
After 30 minutes of walking at about 2 mph, you’ll have burned around 75 calories. If you manage to get your speed up to around 3 mph, the number goes up to approximately 100 calories. While a single hour of walking may not burn an impressive amount of calories (around as much as, say, a glass of chocolate milk would give you), these numbers add up when you work walking into your routine.
According to some studies, walking regularly benefits your immune system. Exercise such as walking causes our body to produce increased levels of several types of critical immune cells. Exposure to the sun also boosts our levels of vitamin D, which improves the performance of our immune systems as well as bone health.
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