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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Review: Fila Weighted Gloves, 2lb Set

Weighted gloves are perhaps one of my favorite pieces of home exercise equipment. Usually, they’re pretty inexpensive and make a big impact on muscle development and calorie burn. In this review, I’m looking at the Fila Weighted Gloves. They do the job well, but not as profound as I would have liked.

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How Fast Can You Lose 80 Pounds without Surgeries?

Losing any amount of weight is subjective to the person. While some of us can shed weight easily, others may have a more difficult time. The most important thing to realize is that everyone is different when it comes to their unique physiology. With that being said, how long will it take you to lose 80 pounds?

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How Walking and Strength Training Help You Lose Fat

One of the quickest ways to lose fat is to eat a proper diet and get plenty of cardio. But can walking and strength training help lose body fat? Depends on your workout routines and the intensity of your walks. The trick is to do activity that gets your heart rate up to the point of putting your body into “cardio mode.”

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How to Do a Net 600 Calorie Diet the Right Way

Thinking about trying a 600 calorie diet to lose some weight? Some people have a hard time restricting themselves to such small numbers. In fact, consuming less than 1000 can be very bad for the body. However, my diet is more focused on “net” calories. It’s much different as it focuses more on food versus activity. Let me explain.

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7 Ways to Exercise When it’s Cold Outside

The winter months have potential for making exercise difficult for many. This is especially true if you live up in the mountains of Colorado. Sure you can go to the gym in a nice warm and cozy facility, but what if you don’t have the money for that? Perhaps you don’t have transportation to get to the gym. In either case, you can still work up a sweat at home.

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