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1. Fitness vs. Weight Loss
Fitness and weight loss are often used interchangeably. This is a mistake that many people make that can make a big difference in how or even if they meet their goals.
2. Speed Walking for Weight Loss
Speed walking is a wonderful way to amp up your walking routine. Here is how you start incorporating speed walking into your walking program.
3. Springtime Allergies and Walking
Walking during the spring time can be a very relaxing experience, unless you are one of the millions of people that suffer from seasonal allergies. Suffering from seasonal allergies doesn't mean you can't walk outside, you just may need to be a bit creative.
4. Walking Off Belly Fat
Getting rid of stubborn belly fat can seem impossible. Here are some facts about belly fat and some tips on losing inches from your waist.
5. Average Walking Pace or Speed
How fast are you walking, what is the 'average' speed for men and women ?
6. Interval Walking
If your goal is to lose weight and tone your body then interval walking is a great way to work out. If you are fighting walking boredom or if your weight-loss goals have stalled interval walking will amp up your routine.
7. Walking with Pets
Choosing your pet as your walking companion is a great decision to keep you meeting your exercise goals. There are a few things to consider before you and your pooch are on the way.
8. Anatomy of the Foot
Understanding the anatomy of your feet will help you be conscious of how important they are to your mobility. We take our feet for granted, let's make sure they stay healthy.
9. Leslie Sansone's Walk to the Hits : Radio Remixes
A review of Leslie Sansone's Just Walk, Walk to the Hits: Radio Remixes. This is a perfect tool to add to your walking bag for cold, wet days.
10. Tips to Alleviate Swollen Hands When Walking
Swelling in your hands while walking is a common problem, especially in new walkers. Here is some information on what may cause swelling and how to alleviate the swelling in your hands and get back to enjoying your walking program.
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