What are Some Benefits of Walking 20,000 Steps a Day?

Walking is one of the easiest exercises most people can do. After all, it’s our most reliable and primary form of transportation. As step trackers are exceedingly popular at the moment, many people strap on their shoes and hit the pavement for health. But what are some benefits for walking 20,000 steps in a day?

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A Response to Alanah Pearce: Skinny Shaming and Jealousy

I recently came across a video on YouTube of Alanah Pearce sharing her experiences while losing 40 pounds. In the video, Alanah explained how she felt like people were skinny shaming her simply because of losing weight and looking like a model. In reality, she simply wanted to be healthy.

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Feeling Sluggish in the Morning? Here Are a Few Posibilities

Ever wake up and just don’t seem to have your head together? Perhaps your body aches and it’s difficult to get yourself moving. In any case, feeling sluggish in the morning happens to all of us at some point. The trick is to identify what’s causing the issue so you can wake up in the morning feeling well rested. Here area a few possibilities you may want to consider.

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Is Walking Really That Good For You?

Walking is one of the easiest forms of exercise. Unfortunately, not everyone goes on a regular walk. I know I am guilty of not getting enough steps in my day, but how much of an impact does walking make on your health? In reality, it does more for you than just help you burn calories. It can be an activity that boosts several aspects of your life that you might not be aware of.

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How to Stay Fit When the Summer Comes to a Close

The summer months give everyone a chance to burn calories whether you’re swimming at the lake or playing a few rounds of golf. But when the summer comes to a close, there are several things that can slow down your fitness regimen. Between colder temperatures and the seemingly-endless barrage of holidays, it can be difficult to stay fit. Here is how you can keep the figure you created for the summer through the most difficult months of the year.

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