Sunday, May 22, 2005

Walking Off the Pounds

Make sure to take these tips with you when walking for exercise.

Tip #1: Drink Plenty of Water

  • Too little can cause dehydration and mineral inbalances that make muscles more susceptible to injury.
  • Drink 12-16 ounces 10 minutes before you get moving.
  • Take a bottle with you and try to drink 8 ounces every 20 minutes or so.
  • After your walk, gulp down 12-16 ounces of water while relaxing on the porch.

Tip #2: Do some breathing exercises before and after

  • It'll ease yor stress levels, helping you focus more on your walk.
  • More fucous, less injury.

Tip #3: No cell phones

  • You need all your breaths for walking so your back muscles protect your spine from the impact of walking.
  • Loks tacky anyway :)

Tip#4: Stand tall in your stride

  • Good posture keeps the body in alignment, preventing neck, shoulder and back aches.
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