Bodyweight Squats are one exercise that should be part of your workout routine – regardless of age, gender or fitness goals. Bodyweight squats target your quadriceps, hamstrings, calves, glutes, and abdominals. Squats are a total body fitness movement. The benefits of bodyweight squats will be an improvement in your walking form.
It only takes some planning to reap the benefits of a 15-minute walk. We all know the importance of regular exercise and the fundamental impact it has on our mental, physical, and emotional health. Yet, don’t you find that there are days you just don’t have the time for a full workout?
I just started walking the Appalachian Trail, would you like to join me? No need to bring your backpacks or tents though, I am walking the AT using an iPhone app called “Walk The Distance”.
Yes! I truly believe that walking is the easiest way to get in shape and stay in shape.
The research has been established of the health benefits of 10,000 steps per day. This figure has been adopted by the World Health Organization, The American Heart Foundation, and the US Department of Health and Human Services as a daily activity recommendation.
The question I get asked often is, “how many push-ups should I be able to do?”. In this day and age of “bigger is better” challenges, one the most often Googled challenges is being able to do 100 push-ups.
While the number 100 is impressive, I say it’s much less than that. In fact, recent research shows that a person that can do 40 push-ups lowers their risk of heart disease by 96%!
Walking up hills! Does the mere mention of hills send a chill “up” your spine? Love them or hate them they’ll still be there so you might as well learn how to walk up hills. Let’s forgo the problems with hills; they're too hard, I’ll hurt too much, or I just can’t do them. Let’s focus on the view from the top and what you can do to reach new heights!
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