It takes only 21 days to create a habit. After that amount of time, your body will do the habit daily on auto-pilot, it will be a part of your working profile. Walk 7 days a week for 3 weeks and you will consider yourself a walker. http://science.howstuffworks.com/life/inside-the-mind/human-brain/form-a-habit1.htm Our bodies work so hard for us…how about […]
but feeling good while you age is up to you. Stay active, take two 15 minute walks everyday. Sitting for an hour can decrease circulation in the legs up to 50%. Get up and get moving.
WALK THERE !
Stop Sedentariness Are you couch-bound? desk-bound? car-bound? Keeping a set of poles by your computer or tv, and in your car, will remind you to get your body and blood moving. Life is short…Step on it.
Ill-fitting shoes can cause your feet problems, so find a fit expert to help you find the right shoe for your foot, and the correct fitting left shoe for your other foot. Everyone has two different size feet, and Foot Solutions has experience accommodating both feet. Shoes for Walking Wear properly fitted athletic shoes when you go for […]
HELPING OLDER PEOPLE REMAIN MOBILE Mobility is critical to our health and well-being, especially as we age. How can we ensure that older adults are able to remain active despite difficulties they may face in attempting to do so? Dr. Dori Rosenberg of Seattle’s Group Health Research Institute, a public-interest research center, has conducted extensive research […]
The employees at the balance walking pole office are big advocates for workplace walking programs. Simply put, walking is one of the easiest ways for people to get moving and stay moving — regardless of fitness level. It’s simple, inexpensive, and fun… especially when walking with a group. In jobs where you sit for 7 […]
Balance Walking approaches health based on a four pillar system 1.low impact activity. 2. stress reduction. 3. food for life. 4. toning It is difficult to not be successful with these four pillars in place, and it is easy to achieve #1 by adding balance walking to your life. Just 15 minutes a day can […]
When you are out of breath, there is not enough oxygen in your blood to burn calories. Try a slow and steady workout regime. Balance Walking increases your heart rate without increasing your perceived rate of exertion.
Proprioception lessens as we age, and the main reason is the sensory receptors do not work well when people do not exercise them. Squeeze 15 minutes in everyday and keep those proprioceptors found in the nerve endings working for you.