How To Turn Walking Into The Most Efficient Way To Burn Calories

How To Turn Walking Into The Most Efficient Way To Burn Calories
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Walking is one of the best ways to burn calories, and it can be done almost anywhere. Walking is an exercise that can be done by anyone at any age. It improves cardiovascular health, increases mobility and flexibility, and burns calories. You don’t have to spend money on a gym membership or special equipment. Just lace up your walking shoes, step outside and go.

Walking is more than just an aerobic exercise; it’s also a great way to get some much-needed daily activity. And you don’t need to spend hours at it in order to reap its benefits. Just 30 minutes of walking five days per week can help you drop pounds and keep them off.

Here are some tips for turning your daily walk into a calorie-burning workout:

  • Increase your speed or intensity level every few weeks until you reach the desired level of intensity for your workout routine. You should aim for at least 30 minutes of walking per day at a brisk pace with some hills incorporated into the route if possible (or at least two days per week if not possible).
  • Add hills to your route for an extra challenge that will increase your calorie burn even more!
  • Find a route that takes you through parks or other scenic areas where you can stop for short breaks along the way if needed (or simply take in the view!). This will give you extra time outdoors and help make your walk feel less like exercise, which makes it easier to stick with long term!
  • Set a goal. Set a specific goal for how many pounds you want to lose each week or month. This will keep you motivated during times when you feel like giving up. For example, if you set a goal of losing one pound per week, you’ll reach your final weight loss goal in about five months (assuming no weight gain).

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Anna Daniels

Anna is an avid blogger with an educational background in medicine and mental health. She is a generalist with many other interests including nutrition, women's health, astronomy and photography. In her free time from work and writing, Anna enjoys nature walks, reading, and listening to jazz and classical music.

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