There are so many reasons to love walking — it has a low barrier to entry, improves cardiovascular health, and can be a great way to stay connected with friends and family in person or virtually. Now, new research shows there’s a way to enhance the mental health benefits of walking even more with a technique called awe walking, which was designed specifically to increase positive emotions during exercise.
My Fitness Pal has the science behind it all...
Hitting the daily step goal is a big part of most people’s smart watch experience. The number is front and center when you look at the mobile app dashboard and it’s easily viewed on most devices, making it super easy to check your progress throughout the day. But coming up with a step goal and reaching it are two different things.
For most people, it takes effort to hit a step goal every day, Fitbit has some tips to help you reach your step goal over...
Going for a couple of strolls around the block can help you reach your step goals, but it doesn’t necessarily mean you’re getting a good workout. For walking to lead to health benefits like decreased risk of heart disease, stronger bones, weight loss, improved sleep and a mood boost, you have to do more than put one foot in front of the other. My Fitness Pal has the the guide for you...
Walking might not be the most strenuous form of exercise, but it is an effective way to get in shape and burn fat. We know one of the most dangerous types of fat — belly fat — is also one of the easiest to lose and while you can’t spot-reduce fat, walking can help reduce overall fat (including belly fat). The key, though, is staying consistent and walking in the right heart rate zone to maximize calorie and fat burn. myfitnesspal.com has the feature..
We can all agree there are numerous mental and physical benefits of walking. Whether it’s a structured walking program or simply adding 10 minutes wherever you can, walking can help improve your overall health. myfitnesspal has the help for you...
For hay fever sufferers, running in summer can be tricky. Runner's World has everything you need to know about hay fever and running, and what you can do to ensure it doesn’t affect your performance..
Regardless of your age or level of fitness, walking is possibly the easiest form of exercise, but for those of you who want to loss weight, just how much do you need to do to lose weight? myfitnesspal.com may have the answer for you..
After weeks of lockdown, there could be a lift in people returning to work but what can you do to boost your immune system to get you ready? The Sun has a few ideas..
If you are already out there getting your step count done each day, the question might be if you are moving enough? myfitnesspall.com has a blog of interest for you!
After losing over 40kg in weight, James Ward explains how using Fitbit helped him lose that weight. You can read more in Coach Magazine!
Getting your step count each day is one thing people can't get enough of but what about if its all about the speed you walk instead? myfitnesspal.com has the science behind it!
Sharing your goals with others doesn't just help with losing weight but also with anything you want to do in life. If someone else knows what you are planning and want to do, having that someone hold you accountable can help keep you on the straight and narrow! myfitnesspal.com has the lowdown!
Exercise in the morning is said to be the most beneficial for you and your body, but how do you make it all happen? Fitbit.com has some help on hand!
Angela Gerzanics was such a big McDonald's fan, that she ate it everyday! The Mirror has dropped ten dress sizes whilst losing 22st along the way.
If you wanted to start to lose weight, your first idea might be to hit the gym and get your cardio on! But maybe cardio isn't always the answer and myfitnesspal.com has more!
Researchers from the Universities of Bath and Birmingham have revealed that exercising before breakfast can help you to burn more fat! Head over to The Mirror for more!
Its been said that you can lose weight in just 10 days with following 4 easy steps and working out your type of body. The Sun has more on a new type of approach!
Whether its a weight loss plan, a new job or just some motivation to get you going, if you don't have a purpose for it, it could spectacularly not get very far! myfitnesspal.com have more insight!
Whether its January, May, July, October, there is never really a best time to start losing weight! The British Heart Foundation have some healthy ideas of how to start!
We know that walking is a great way to exercise without having to break a sweat, well for most anyway. The idea of 10,000 steps is widely known as what you should be aiming for but now science has said that just 4,400 steps can make a big difference! myfitnesspal.com has more!
Getting into running? Started running but struggling? Well, Coach Magazine has a guide for you, 29 tips to level yourself up!
If you were once exercising hard everyday but had a recent break then getting back into can be one of the hardest things to do. Coach Magazine has some words of advice to getting back on the saddle as they say!
If you've started the road to wanting to lose weight, well done on getting yourself into that mindset, the rest will be easy right?? The weight will start to come off and then, you hit a wall.. DOH!
myfitnesspal.com has some words of advice for anyone who has hit a wall!
A new study suggests that walking in a park can take your mood up to the level of the happiest time of the year, Christmas! The Mirror has more on what the researchers found!
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