Outdoor Activities - Fitness & Exercise
Every day, each of us performs all sorts of exercises, stretches, and feats of strength. From little things such as picking up a towel off the floor to walking up the stairs to carrying groceries, our everyday life requires basic fitness.Read More..
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|Working out your walking needs11|
A study found that adults who exercise with a partner are more likely to exercise regularly and much less likely to give up than those who do it alone.
Here are several small steps that can infuse heart-healthy intensity into your everyday work and play. If you’re new to physical activity, start carefully – be sure you’re comfortable with the walking and general movement advice in the earlier chapters before trying to do more. Then introduce small advances, easing up when you feel you need a break.
Get back to basics and make regular walking a joyful experience.
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