So you’ve been trying to lose weight for a while now.
If you’re like a lot of weight loss enthusiast that are stressed, overwhelmed, and have a lack of time, then you need a simple method for dropping those extra pounds without totally uprooting your daily schedule…
Like most of us really have an overabundance of time anyway.
I know that you can relate to what I’m saying here.
You see others do it. And it seems like everyone makes it look so easy.
But for some reason, success keeps eluding you. Every time you get close to your target bodyweight, something happens and you end up back where you started.
This time it’s going to be different.
Because this time you’re going to be armed with the same tips that fitness trainers know. So give these walking for weight loss tips a try and see if they don’t work for you too…
Tip 1: Before you take one step, you need to set goals. Setting goals will allow you to track your progress, which will give you insight into whether you need to make adjustments to your walking routine. For example, if you find where you aren’t losing any weight and you’ve been walking consistently for 2 weeks, then you may need to pick up the pace or walk a little longer. Be realistic when setting your walking goals. For example, you could set a goal like walking 5 days per week, at a fast pace, for 20 minutes per day, for the next 30 days. Once you set your goals you can plan to achieve them.
Tip 2: If you are just starting out, you shouldn’t overdo it, because you can increase the distance and pace that you walk over time. There’s no need to overexert yourself which can increase your chances of getting injured.
You will have to experiment by actually going on the walk and gaging for yourself.
Remember; when you go on your walk don’t get carried away because you have to make the trip back.
You should also know that overdoing it could discourage you. Instead of trying to walk a marathon at first, walk slow as you normally would. Slowly work into a brisk walk. Overdoing it can also cause bodily damage to your joints and muscles. You may pull muscles, which causes serious pain. The pain may discourage you from wanting to walk again, so take it nice and slow.
Tip 3: Keep track of your walking speed and distance, choose an electronic walking step device that you wear on your side. These devices keep track of all your steps and how fast you are going. What a great device to have when walking those pounds off.
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Tip 4: Start your first week walking about 25 minutes for five days and slowly go from there, during the second week walk for 25 minutes the first day and increase your speed, walking for about 2 minutes. Add one minute every week. Then maybe you can start walking up hills. This will help you to burn calories faster, which means you drop pounds faster.
Tip 5: Instead of sitting around hanging out with your family and friends, on some days make it a fun walk-a-thon day. Ask your family and friends to join you.
Walking in pairs or groups is a great way to stay motivated by using your support system.
Walking together with your loved ones will not only get everyone into tip top shape, but will also create a stronger bond amongst you all.
Tip 6: Instead of taking the escalator lift or elevator, you can put your muscles and joints into action by climbing the stairs. This simple action will definitely burn additional calories.
Tip 7: Most of us will try to park close to our workplace, stores we shop at, or any other destination we frequent. Instead of parking close, park at the back of the lot and start walking.
Tip 8: If you walk at night stay in the lighted areas and try to walk with a friend or family member. Predators usually sway away from attacking two or more people. I personally don’t recommend walking at night or in isolated or wooded areas, but if you must, please walk with a buddy, be alert by staying aware of your surroundings.
In summary: Losing weight by walking is actually fairly simple when you apply the 8 tips above. Walking is a lower impact exercise than running and the results in terms of trimming down can be just as impressive if you remain consistent.
“Take action right now, even if you don’t feel ready…”
So get to it – you’re going to be glad you did!
Blast, Blast, Blast!
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