Would you like to increase your fitness and perhaps lose some weight walking at the same time? Here are some steps to help you achieve your goals by beginning a walking/weight loss program.
Make goals for yourself that you can meet and make sure they matter to you.
Your long-term goal may be to do 20 push-ups or to run a mile in less than 10 minutes. Or it may be to give your child a piggyback ride. Make sure it’s somewhat you want.Your short term goals will start off as daily goals, based on what you can do now. One example would be to walk 10 minutes a day. Another would be to bend forward at the waist to stretch your back – if you can touch your toes now, great, if not, that’s a longer-term goal.
You can have multiple short term goals.
Eat breakfast, lunch and dinner including a snack or two.Track your progress on meeting your daily goals. You may find the act of writing down (paper or on the web) that you’ve done it is reward enough.Build up your exercise to 1/2 to 1 hour a day. Walk to the mailbox, about your house, mow your lawn, walk around a mall while window shopping.
Stomach crunches are good for this
Stomach crunches are good for this. Lie down and see how much of your body you can lift off the floor. Shoulders? Cool. Tomorrow do it over. Over time you will lift more of yourself off and you will be able to do more crunches.
Leg lifts are also good leg lifts.
You lie on your back and lift up one leg 3 or 5 times, until your muscles are fatigued. Then do the other leg. Roll on your side and lift up,Every little bit helps. As you sit at the computer, try exciting your legs off the floor. See how long you can keep from touching the floor.
walk up stairs
It’s great for structure leg muscle. Walking down can also build muscle if you use your muscles to lower yourself to each step – don’t just drop from step to step.Your muscles may feel sore as you start to use them more. Treat them to warm baths and extending to brand them happy and keep yourself limber.
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