Walking for Optimal Health

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Jun

How to Effortlessly Lose Weight While Lowering Your Risk of Developing Cancer, Heart Disease and Diabetes In Just 21 Days …

… Even If Everything You Have Tried in the Past to Get in Shape Has Failed

Are you practicing the simple daily habit that provides the following incredible health benefits for men and women, young and old alike?

• Melts away unwanted fat
• Gives your sex life a boost
• Fights cancer
• Reduces stress and anxiety
• Lowers your risk of heart attack and stroke
• Regulates a healthy blood pressure
• Helps ward off chronic diseases
• Makes your bone structure stronger
• Improves your digestion
• Helps you sleep better
• Reduces your risk of developing Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s disease and other neurological disorders
• Can treat, and even prevent, arthritis
• Lowers your chances of developing diabetes
• Boosts your energy, strength and stamina

What miracle health booster delivers all of the above and other physical and mental rewards, yet is so simple that even a toddler can perform it? What are you already doing on a daily basis that you simply need to be doing more of to reach all of your fitness goals? What effortless activity can fit the busiest of lifestyles, while helping you lose weight and look and feel great?

Walking

Prevention magazine is dedicated to helping you improve your health and quality of life. In 2015 they released groundbreaking research in the area of fitness and personal health.

They found that running, generally regarded as a faster path to fitness than walking, can be unhealthy. As it turns out, people who run at a rate of 7 mph or faster several times a week have the same risk of dying from any cause as people who practice absolutely zero physical activity.

More incredible is what happens when those runners slowed down to a walking pace. Enjoying just 1 to 2.5 hours of brisk walking each week instead of running, and, lowered their risk of death by a full 25{b341bbb8d4a53bd01bdbbd3c323c5fe232f9b43d10e43d42db2314956da91bca}!

James O’Keefe is a cardiologist for St. Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute in Kansas City, and a former running enthusiast. He participated in the Prevention walking/running study, and it changed his life for the better.

He now walks when he used to run for exercise, and he urges you to do the same. The walking convert states that …

“If your goal is exercising for overall health and to improve your longevity, then walking is ideal.”

So, how much walking do you have to do to feel healthy, happy, fit and full of energy, and receive all of the wonderful health benefits mentioned above? Not as much as you might think.

The American Surgeon General, the American Heart Association, the World Health Organization, the Mayo Clinic and other noted health authorities agree that you only need to take 10,000 steps each day for nearly miraculous health benefits.

10,000 may seem like a big number. But it really isn’t, when you consider that the average adult already takes between 3,000 and 5,000 steps per day. You do this unconsciously, walking your way to better health simply by moving through your daily routine.

So fitting in the extra steps that can positively and substantially impact your life, your health and longevity is not that difficult … You just need to have a proven plan.

Now you do. Introducing …Starter Steps: Walk Your Way to Better Health

The simple 21 day program that gets you unconsciously walking 10,000 steps each and every day, even if you currently lead a very sedentary lifestyle.

In this special report that works for women and men, young and old, and people of all levels of physical fitness, you will discover …

• That walking just may be the “perfect” weight loss and weight management physical activity 

• That regularly walking can overcome genetic health problems, even if your family has a long history of health issues. 

• What to do during your first Walking Week that virtually guarantees your success in meeting your weight loss or fitness goals. 

• What is the best time of day to go shopping for walking shoes. (Yes, this really does matter!) 

• The smart part a heart monitor plays in your walking program. 

• The perfect stretching exercises that will boost your performance. 

• How to select the perfect walking shoe. 

• Why doctors recommend regular walking before and after hip or knee replacement surgery. 

• Two fitness trackers with built-in heart monitors you may want to consider buying. 

• A loss of just 10 pounds can reverse type II diabetes. Walking can help you effortlessly lose that 10 pounds, and even more. 

• What you absolutely must know BEFORE you buy a pedometer. 

• That a regular walking program helps treat, and even prevent, the number one bone problem in women.

• A handy conversion table that translates steps into miles, kilometers and city blocks. 

• Where to wear your pedometer to get the most accurate readings. 

• What “Yak Trax” are, and why you definitely need them if you are going to be walking in snow. 

• That walking is the perfect treatment for erectile dysfunction in men. 

• The old myth of “no pain, no gain” concerning exercise should never apply to walking. 

• How to choose the perfect walking buddy.

You don’t have to join an expensive and intimidating gymnasium or health club to enjoy the best health of your life. All you need to do is put one foot in front of the other, and take the required amount of steps. Your first smart step is CLICKING HERE and reserving your personal copy of Starter Steps: Walk Your Way to Better Health.

This special 40 page report that can truly change or even save your life is AVAILABLE HERE online for immediate access.

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