Reduce your risk of heart disease and stroke by walking regularly. According to the journal Appetite, a 15-minute walk reduces sugar cravings. So, work that short walk into your daily routine and shed those kilos in no time!
Walking boosts your mood. Like other physical activities, walking triggers the release of endorphins curbing depression and producing a sense of well-being.
So, put your best foot forward and walk your way to better health. Most studies show benefits after regular 15 to 30 minute walks that’s a lunch break, parking in the furthest lot, or a quick jaunt around the block. It’s doable; you just have to do it!
1. Taking a brisk walk or jog
Exercise can stimulate muscles in the lower part of the digestive system. This part of the gut gets rid of waste from the body in the form of poop.
Taking a brisk walk or jog or choosing some other form of exercise may encourage a bowel movement.
– MedicalNewsToday pic.twitter.com/LHgBK2aDSf
— Geng Farmasi Otai (@UbatOhUbat) November 27, 2018
2. Fit more exercise
Trying to fit more exercise into your day? A brisk 20 minute walk will do the trick. pic.twitter.com/RNU8GPvLfS
— Dr. Michelle Martz (@trinitychiro) November 27, 2018
3. Walk everyday
All about the basics my friends.
Nail those and you will be set.
Work on your purpose
Go in nature weekly
Talk to your loved ones
Spend time with beautiful women
Do the WORK
Easy questions, hard life.
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4.Peace of mind
My walk this afternoon and I agree with with Nelson Mandela, my countryman “that exercise is the key not only to physical health but to peace of mind.”#mindfulness #MondayMood #exercise pic.twitter.com/0WgnR0FB5q
— Michele Steer (@Michsteer) November 27, 2018
6. Keep moving if you can! Light exercise – even just a walk down the street and back. Sit in one position too long, it’s likely you’ll stiffen up and it’s harder to get going again! #nefollowers #bizhour #painmanagement pic.twitter.com/ajiaBbTN2K
— Sarah Hardy (@thetherapyzone) November 22, 2018
6.Right to walk
— Tim Gill (@timrgill) November 20, 2018