There are studies that affirm that simply walking 30 minutes each day can help reduce the risk of heart disease and type 2 diabetes. At least it's a start. But, in addition, this simple exercise can help you get rid of abdominal fat and get a flat stomach.
If you are a running hater, you can go for a walk because “all the benefits of cardiovascular exercise can be applied and contemplated when we walk. It is good for the heart, good for the joints, burns calories and helps lose weight”Says Jorge Herranz, from David Lloyd Aravaca.
Yes, the hours or minutes we walk a week, according to the expert, must fully adapt to the individual's physique specific. The idea, adds David is that, “supported by a coach, a stimulus is generated important enough to produce body improvements and adaptations, but also of an intensity controlled enough not to cause injury ”
A moderately trained person can walk two hours a day without any problem. Now if we are able to walk 2 hours a day, and we don't have any serious pathology, natural evolution would be to go on the run.
"Walking and running burns calories in much the same way if we value total distance (at the same time, it would obviously burn more to run)." But if we have the proper preparation, running will impact us more positively, according to the coach.
– Running helps calcium fixes better in the bones, improving the measurements in the densitometries.
-It implies greater adaptations at the muscular level, with the consequent improvement in the day to day.
-It produces a greater residual training, with which, not only will we invest less time in the training but We will continue burning calories later.
If you walk 30 minutes a day, this is what happens:
-Improves blood pressure and blood sugar levels.
-Reduces the risk of obesity and osteoporosis.
-Reduces the risk of diseases such as cancer and diabetes.
– If, in addition, you practice it barefoot (on a clean beach or park) you can absorb free electrons from Earth using the soles of the feet, a practice known as 'grounding'.
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