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Walking is one of the easiest ways to incorporate exercise into your daily routine
Grab a friend and take a walk
Walking is a fun, easy way to keep fit – and anyone can do it! Even walking at a moderate pace of 3 miles/5 kilometres per hour (for at least 30 minutes on most days) has been found to strengthen the heart, improve circulation, combat depression, boost the immune system, improve sleep, prevent osteoporosis, prevent and control diabetes, and help control weight.
Walking delivers less impact to the joints than running, which makes it a great activity for a new exerciser, plus you burn the same amount of calories walking a mile as running a mile.
Here are five ideas to make your walking workout more of a challenge:
Originally published in Wellness Matters, Canada Wide Media’s quarterly newsletter on health and wellness.