Reap The Benefits Of Walking

Walking has numerous beneficial aspects to it, so there is no reason to not walk an extra 30 minutes every day as many good things can come about. Learn how to create your own walk.

So, What Can Walking Do For You?

Increase Your Lifespan With Daily Walking

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Studies have shown that walking for more than 30 minutes a day can add seven years to your lifespan – what such a simple thing can do. Walking has been found to trigger an anti-aging process and can repair old pieces of DNA.

When you are walking, it means you aren’t sitting – it is found that sitting for more than 8 hours a day is associated with a higher risk of type 2 diabetes, as well as increased risks of heart disease and cancer.

Going On A Walking Tour?

Walking tours are great for engaging and meeting others and it is an amazing way for you to become much more socially active in the community. Contact us.

However, there is much more to it than that. It can be the perfect place for promoting your business to the local community.

When locals ask about your business and what it is about, you can send them an item of branded merchandise meaning they will be much more likely to use a service that you provide. This should be something small, but that is used on a daily basis, for example a keyring. See: Personalised Keyrings.

A great strategy of expanding your business within the local area, and can benefit your health and as well as your business.

It Can Lead To Further Fitness Training

Getting into the routine of walking can motivate you to want to expand your fitness regime and try alternative methods of exercising, as well as walking. See: Fat Burning Walking Workout Plan.

Also, once you have eased into daily walking, you can shift it so you are participating in high intense workouts of many types. This is a simple way of performing higher intensity workouts where you have been unable to do so before. Get in touch if you’d like advice on upping your workout regime.

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