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It is said that we should walk at least 5.5 miles per week. Walking at a slow pace of 2 miles per hour is enough to lower the risk of heart attacks, strokes and heart failure by 31%. Those who walk further and faster benefit more. This is truly a motivator for those who are avid walkers.

Walk for 30 minutes daily

A very little effort on your part like walking for 30 minutes continuously can do wonders to help the blood move through the body the way it should. Walk any time you feel comfortable but every time try to push yourself a little bit. This can g et your heart rate up and can strengthen it while lowering the blood pressure.

Count your steps

Walking 10,000 steps is equal to walking for 5 miles and if you can’t do it everyday, any walking will help your health. You can use a pedometer which is readily available in the market to count your steps and the step it up little by little.

Brisk walking

It is best if you do at least 150 minutes of exercise every week. This will raise the heart rate to the optimal levels. Walking can be counted towards the exercise you need. For walking you don’t need any special equipments, except a pair of shoes. Women think that the daily chores in the kitchen takes care of exercise but a stroll to your fridge and back is not the right exercise. You need to do some brisk walking that will set your heart into rhythm and help you lead a healthy life.

As good as running

Many experts earlier believed that pushing yourself and your heart rate was the best way to strengthen the heart. Now, it is recognised that brisk walking is just as good as running. Brisk walking can cut down the risk of blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes.

Take your dog for walk

Two people don’t burn calories the same way so it is not sure how long or how often you should walk. But one exercise that is really good for your health is walking your dog. When your dog looks at you with those pleading eyes, just go ahead and oblige with a long walk in the park.

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