There are almost countless health benefits to regular exercise, including heart strength, weight loss, and decreased insulin resistance.
Here are some facts about walking and jogging.
150 minutes is the recommended amount of exercise each week for an adult by the American Heart Association.
Sitting for 8 hours a day can affect your health negatively.
Both walking and jogging are excellent ways to add exercise to your daily life.
Start by walking 30 minutes per day and moving to a quicker paced jog to increase your fitness levels.
- Better sleep
- Energy Levels
- Cardiovascular Health
- Joint and Muscle Health
- Weight Management
- Lung Health
- Stress Relief
Before jogging or walking, make sire you stretch your leg muscles to avoid injury. Upgrade your shoes as better running shoes can help reduce impact making your exercise more comfortable and reducing risk of injury. Walking on trails and grass creates less impact on your joints. Avoid sidewalks.
Target 10,000 steps per day.