Daily steps depend on the individual and circumstance. Age, gender, and nutrition also affect it. Walking is easy to profit from.
“Studies have shown that 4,400 steps a day significantly decreases your risk of chronic diseases like obesity, heart disease, and stroke.”
Increasing to 8,000 steps a day resulted in a 51% reduction in chronic disease... and while these numbers may seem overwhelming, you can achieve this gradually.
Find out your average daily steps, I tell my patients. From there, aim to increase 500 or more steps monthly until you reach 8,000 steps.
Walk faster to reduce weight. Dr. Casusi advises 10,000 daily steps for weight reduction. You should continue.
Researchers showed that 15,000 steps a day lowers the risk of metabolic syndrome, which causes high blood pressure, high blood sugar and cholesterol, and extra belly fat.
Walking burns calories, but weight and distance are the main variables. Calorie Burner HQ claims most people burn 100 calories per mile walking.
Walking for weight reduction should be maximized. Each stride is a step toward a healthier life. How can you optimize your walk—and workout?
According to Parade.com, Dr. Eva Gamallo, MD, a registered physician, adjusting your exercise intensity and length will provide the best results.
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