Advantages of Walking


8 Great Benefits of Walking

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Dr. Nelson Trujillo on the Benefits of Walking

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The Transformative Power of Walking | Sandra James | TEDxCarsonCity

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Walk for Health: The Best Medicine

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The Benefits of Walking

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Benefits of Walking

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What Will Happen to Your Body If You Walk Every Day

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Walking can help protect the joints, including your knees and hips. That’s because it helps lubricate and strengthen the muscles that support the joints. Walking may also provide benefits.

“Walking is so simple that everyone can do it,” says Austin. “Plus it has tremendous benefits, from supporting a healthy immune system to boosting your metabolism to strengthening your joints. Get the maximum benefits of walking with these tips from the experts at Consumer Reports. Lose weight, lower blood pressure, and reduce stress when you walk this way. Several studies have found that walking reduces arthritis-related pain, and that walking five to six miles a week can even prevent arthritis from forming in the first place.

Walking wards off heart disease, brings up the heart rate, lowers blood pressure and strengthens the heart. Post-menopausal women who walk just one to two miles a day can lower their blood pressure by nearly 11 points in 24 weeks. A headache. Walking? Um Finally, an exercise truly devoid of downsides.

It may not be flashy or cool, but according to growing scientific evidence, walking, done often and properly, can deliver an array of benefits that are just as impressive as those often gained from sportier regimens. You might call walking America’s untrendiest growing. Regular physical activity like walking is great for your heart.

It enhances your circulation, helping to lower blood pressure and reduce your risk of stroke. And it doesn’t take much to reap the benefits: Walking briskly for just 30 minutes a day is enough to improve heart health. 5.

Something as simple as a daily brisk walk can help you live a healthier life. For example, regular brisk walking can help you: Maintain a healthy weight Prevent or manage various conditions, including heart disease, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes. The cardiovascular benefits of walking are biologically plausible; like other forms of regular moderate exercise, walking improves cardiac risk factors such as cholesterol, blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, vascular stiffness and inflammation, and mental stress.

Research has shown that walking can have a significant impact on your health by lowering your chances of heart disease. Learn more about the benefits of walking and how incorporating it more can lead to healthier living.

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BENEFITS AND DRAWBACKS: Walking is fundamental to the human experience: It is our primary way of moving about.

“3 Minutes to a Pain-Free Life: The Groundbreaking Program for Total Body Pain Prevention and Rapid Relief” by Joseph Weisberg, Heidi Shink
from 3 Minutes to a Pain-Free Life: The Groundbreaking Program for Total Body Pain Prevention and Rapid Relief
by Joseph Weisberg, Heidi Shink
Pocket Books, 2005

Walking has other benefits too.

“Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Male Body” by Michael Matthews
from Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Male Body
by Michael Matthews
Waterbury Publishers, Incorporated, 2019

Walking improves cardiovascular capacity, bodily endurance, lower body muscular strength and flexibility, posture, enhances metabolism of lipoproteins and insulin/glucose dynamics, and may increase bone strength (Morris and Hardman 1997).

“The Urban Design Reader” by Michael Larice, Elizabeth Macdonald
from The Urban Design Reader
by Michael Larice, Elizabeth Macdonald
Taylor & Francis, 2013

Walking’s benefits are impressive: reducing the risk of headaches, cancer, depression, heart disease, arthritis, and osteoporosis.

“The Rabbit Effect: Live Longer, Happier, and Healthier with the Groundbreaking Science of Kindness” by Kelli Harding
from The Rabbit Effect: Live Longer, Happier, and Healthier with the Groundbreaking Science of Kindness
by Kelli Harding
Atria Books, 2019

Your walking will take on a more nourishing quality

“ChiWalking: Fitness Walking for Lifelong Health and Energy” by Danny Dreyer, Katherine Dreyer
from ChiWalking: Fitness Walking for Lifelong Health and Energy
by Danny Dreyer, Katherine Dreyer
Atria Books, 2009

The benefit is that there is something beneath you that causes your walk to move that much farther ahead with a lot less effort.

“Kingdom Single: Living Complete and Fully Free” by Tony Evans
from Kingdom Single: Living Complete and Fully Free
by Tony Evans
Focus on the Family, 2018

Walking has advantages over all other forms of exercise.

“The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook” by Edmund J. Bourne
from The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook
by Edmund J. Bourne
New Harbinger Publications, 2011

It will help you walk better, keep you safe and remain independent longer.

“Every Victory Counts (Fixed Layout)” by Monique Giroux, Sierra Farris
from Every Victory Counts (Fixed Layout)
by Monique Giroux, Sierra Farris
Davis Phinney Foundation, 2017

The list of benefits you can reap from walking is definitely impressive.

“Memory Mind & Body” by Biswaroop Roy Chowdhary
from Memory Mind & Body
by Biswaroop Roy Chowdhary
Diamond Pocket Books (P) Limited,

The purpose is to completely enjoy the experience of walking.

“Yoga for Warriors: Basic Training in Strength, Resilience, and Peace of Mind” by Beryl Bender Birch
from Yoga for Warriors: Basic Training in Strength, Resilience, and Peace of Mind
by Beryl Bender Birch
Sounds True, 2014

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  • Im already skinny but I walk to gain.. nothing. I can’t seem to see any physical growth of my leg muscles at all. But one thing that surely help and that is getting rid of boredom

  • Lucky me then Walking is one of my favorits, especially next to beach or in nauture, it is healthier than gym because you have to be able to have your own gym in your house to do gym body exercises/gurantee germs free and we are not the RuthChilds.����
    Puplic gyms are germs houses most of people dont know that.

  • I walked 1 mile for 45 days straight, even while taking adipex and did NOT lose any weight! My clothes are loser, but my scale is displaying the same amount as when I started. In the past I walked 30 days straight and lost over 25 pounds. Some people have told me the reason that I didn’t lose weight is because I am going through menopause. But I should have lost something. Right?!

  • I have written a well-rsearched article on scientific effects of daily walking, pls do visit, its a secure site.

  • When I had severe neuropathic pain and anxiety problems I would walk as often as I could. It did wonders. It helped relax me and alleviate my pain. I also lost 17 kgs within 6 months which I needed to loose.

  • January 1st, 2020 I started watching what I eat and started walking. It’s mid July 2020 and so far I’ve lost 81 pounds. I have cervical stenosis and need something that’s low impact. I walk a 5k every morning.

  • I was working 6 and 7 days a week and in 2018 i had three heart attacks and a trip;e bypass after I got out of the hospital I started walking 2 mile 3 time a day and did until I started back to work thin my bypasses collapsed and i was back in the hospital and along came other problems as well I started back walking about 2 days a week for about 2 miles bad a few weeks ago I started back walking 3 miles a day every day at 6;00 am and it takes me 55 minuets to an hour and I’m not improving in my time so my question is it worth it anymore to keep walking.

  • I’m not sure how long I walk every day suits me, because sometimes I go too far and wake up the next day with a sore calf. I think it’s going to take a little bit of practice to figure out the best kilometre to walk, just like smaconsum’s underwear suits me most

  • This talk is filled with wonderful information for the individual and collective benefits of pedestrian friendly neighborhoods, and proven ways to transform estranged residential areas into interactively thriving communities. I found the part about Nina Miller 12:57 particularly insightful. It illustrates a very effective means of strategically placing public facilities between bus stations, train stations and community stores. Excellent talk!

  • Walking.
    Everybody walks. Make your walking journeys one of positive reason. I try to.
    There is no point in anyone walking to see me. I peacefully walk. If someone approaches me, it is up to me whether I give them time of day or not.
    I have exerted this. It is common sense.��

  • I walk every evening outside for 5 to 6 km and complete 10,000 which takes about 1 hour to complete… i absolutely enjoy it, and its made a big difference to my health

  • I want to lose weight and I don’t like work out at all so iam just walking I don’t it will help me or not but I really need to lose weight because of my wieght iam going into a very sad life iam always crying

  • I have always linked word ‘diet’ with starvation, until I discoverd website *Next Level Diet*. With their diet plan, I am never hungry and I am still losing weight. Amazing!!!

  • Maayavi..u know…mopping the toughest job..for me.Did it yesterday…and was totally flat today…/but…could not miss… joints.. i..feel..are leaving by body..yaar..hahaha

  • I like your message…. but I’m telling you, don’t slow-roll it, distribute the knowledge right away, when you’re not quick enough, people will check out.

  • I chose walking as my sport when I was a teenager. Easy, fun and invigorating. Later, I added dogs to my life. They’re thé best walking companions. We walk usually 4 hours a day: One hour, morning, then 1/2 hour before lunch, then 2 hours afternoon, then 1/2 hour before bed. That Works for us! But it’s Never helped me lose weight.

  • so walking 10k steps a day is equal or greater than a full workout at a gym, plus you can do this everyday, you just sold me on walking DOC, thanks

  • Walking is a lot healthier than running. Less strain on the joints. I love walking. On my days off work I’d go out for an hour at the local park.

  • I’ve been walking for 2.5 months.. Around 5000steps a day ( low intensity ). I’ve kept my diet same… I feel more energized after walking… However I’ve not lost any weight or inches!! ��

  • If you put your hands on top of your head, you can only “belly breathe.” This is an instant stress-buster. Great to use if you are prone to road rage!

  • I’m 30 and I’ve been walking for 1hr from work to home because of quarantine it was very tiring and my legs are soaring too much I can’t take any more steps but those are just the first 3 days. It went better and better everyday. Been doing it for a month now 5 days a week and I feel better, happier, healthier and slimmer. Happy walking everyone

  • Walking alone won’t do much if you’re trying to lose weight UNLESS you lower your caloric intake. Eat whatever you want (hopefully something healthy) but most importantly..LOWER YOUR CALORIES won’t lose weight no matter how much you walk. This is a scientific fact..not an opinion. And get a treadmill if you have the space and put a TV in front of it so you never have an excuse like weather to not walk. Good luck!

  • I also started walking from last 3 months.I walk 18900 steps today.������..I am happy because day by day I increased the steps…..��������������

  • Definitely any walking is better then no walking, we believe if people can change just little habits to add a few more extra of minutes of walking a day they will benefit immensely

  • I caught that you said subtle when you said a slight twist in your core while you’re walking. Has there been any change, because I was taught to try to walk with no movement in my core area? Of course, this was years ago.

  • CHI Health, hi new subscriber just this minute at 1:47am -(12/8/19) caught you through a,something perry account whom im unsubcribing from due to no uploads /replies!! got it ��”good allow me to indroduce myself (DR. lucous in the emergengy room ) video will show my problem as well as ( injury update on Dr. lucous) you can find them if you tap my icon,their my recent video upoads /NOT PROMOTING!! just so if you watch my foot and goose size shinebone bruise are real! I fell therefore i can’t walk this bruise is still big from the fall on nov,9/19 like a month now any sugestions after /if you watch video’s showing injuries? would be helpfull i realize this comment is long ��sorry best wishes Lucous new friend hopefully and just hitt as i said the subscribe button ����

  • Walking is a useless exercise for weight loss for people who want to loose more than 5 kilos.
    Fasting if not having any medical condition is much better.
    Eating as much less as possible IS EASIER.
    Only one meal a day if possible is AMAZING.
    people having 2 to 4 kilos extra weight can try walking.
    But for obese people walking is
    very fast walking for only 20 minutes is enough for normal weight people.
    For a slim figure eat minimum.
    Also doing a number of physical activities like gardening sweeping the floor
    IN FACT WALKING CAN put stress on your mind because it gives very slow results.
    Leading to depression!
    Still to each his own.

    My parents were slim and trim by walking one hour daily for many years
    I tried yoga and fasting.
    Diet control is the best.

  • So sad that am gaining weight coz I can’t walk or do most activities without help. Its been 6 years now. My RA has robbed me a lot.

  • I started walking 3 times a week 5 miles a day. Now I walk 7 days a week for 1 1/2:hours a day. Love the benefits of walking calm mind energy and losing inches and less back pain. Totally addictive to a great easy exercise.

  • People should take care of your heart. The important organ in the body, you should avoid junk foods in your younger year… and exercise a lot when still not in your 30s… My other friends are healthy as horse doing workouts in the gym in their late 20s now we are in the same age they have no problem with their heart compared of mind…

  • Did you hear about *Next Level Diet*? These guys deserve a medal. Their customized training and diet plan helped me change my life. I can’t thank them enough

  • lost 50 lbs by just walking 30 mins on a treadmill everyday. stopped walking, gained weight slowly, now back where i was. started walking again, will not stop walking again.

  • I live in Michigan, we have Winter, you need to exercise every day… EVERYDAY..
    The TV will not tell you this, but your BODY will. Try Walking, you will be MORE ALERT,
    SLEEP BETTER and smarter. And Healthier.

  • Walking is the easiest way to get in shape and stay in shape. The biggest surprise I found when walking was the benefits of my mindset. I found myself calmer, more reflective, and generally more upbeat. The activity of walking is great for problem-solving. I found more ideas came to me during my daily walk. Walk on, Frank

  • 5 benefits of walking

    1. It counteracts the effects of weight promoting genes.
    2. It helps tame a sweet tooth. (A 15-minute walk can curb cravings for chocolate)
    3. It reduces the risk of developing breast cancer.
    4 It eases joint pain.
    5. It boosts immune function.

  • im finding walking is good to replace easy running in a running program of training. So, still do the hard fast runs….. but rest of time instead of easy running for an hour a day… I just crank up the incline on tread to 12% and walk 3.7 mph. And what happens is you get the low intensity cardio of easy pace running without the shock to joints… bones… tendons… etc… this means can fit more training in without injury…. can run harder on fast days too. Good stuff.

  • You convinced me in the benefit of walking. I’m a tour guide. I walk a lot. Besides I try to walk t list 2 times a week in the early morning a little bit faster than my usual walk. Thank you for breathing exercise. Surely try it next time. Besides I’ m practicing my English:-)

  • Tip for you guys: listen to an ingrossing podcast while walking because you won’t want to stop I accidentally walked 10k today because I was listing to a podcast

  • If you want to add seven years to your lifespan, set aside 20 to 25 minutes for a daily walk. This simple habit, which can also arguably be one of the most enjoyable parts of your day, has been found to trigger an anti-aging process and even help repair old DNA.

    The research, presented at the European Society of Cardiology (ESC) Congress, followed 69 people between the ages of 30 and 60. Those who engaged in daily moderate exercise, such as a brisk walk or jog, high-intensity interval training (HIIT), and strength training experienced anti-aging benefits that could add an additional three to seven years to your life.1

  • These are some of the benefits of morning walk

  • I daily walk (slow & fast combination) for 1 hour, 6 days a week, feels more energetic & lost 3 kg in a month without changing diet.

  • Walking does burn calories it’s good to use Google maps to work out the distance you walk in order to calculate Calories burned.

  • 공유합니다!!
    Dougal Mackinnon, MD, PhD: Walking is the best exercise that we know. Walking helps us to maintain health, it helps as a preventative for certain illnesses and diseases……

    Melissa Michaluk, D.O.: When I have acquaintances that ask me, “What do I do, I’m pre-diabetic,” “My blood sugars are high,” “I noticed my cholesterol to be high,” my first recommendation to them is, “Go out for a walk every day.”

    John Arden, PhD: We didn’t evolve to sit around on chairs all day and watch TV or sit around and talk with one another.

    Dougal Mackinnon, MD, PhD: Walking benefits the cardiovascular system for one; (CAPTION: Heart Health) it helps keep your heart strong, helps keep your rhythm of the heart strong……

    Paul Fuller, MD: Certainly, it’s going to help you with muscle tone; it’s going to help you with maintaining an appropriate weight. (CAPTION: Weight)

    Lynn Kosteki, MD: Patients who may be prone to developing dementia do better in terms of their memory the more physically fit they stay. So, getting involved in a walking group (CAPTION: memory) tends to help diminish those effects.

    Dougal Mackinnon, MD, PhD: Walking makes us engage in (CAPTION: respiratory health) moving the lungs in and out so we keep our respiratory capacity. People who have respiratory illnesses, for example……Walking is perfect. Walking allows in the exercise to get their heart rate stimulated, get blood flow increased to the legs, to the arms, to the brain, and maintains their respiratory status so they don’t have to be on oxygen.

    John Arden, PhD: Most antidepressants (CAPTION: depression) take roughly about four weeks to work. A better quick fix is walking briskly. Walking vigorously is an immediate antidepressant.
    Everybody that I see that are either depressed or anxious, I get them walking.

    Dougal Mackinnon, MD, PhD: It’s a well-known fact that (CAPTION: bone health) weight bearing and walking helps women maintain calcium in their bones and maintains the strength of the bones.

    Paul Fuller, MD: Many of my patients are coming to me looking for hormonal therapy or pharmacological treatments for osteoporosis, and although pharmacology has a key component, but even more important component is walking, and especially load bearing exercises. What I emphasize to them more than anything else, if you’re going to do anything, at least walk down a flight of stairs as much as you can.

    Dougal Mackinnon, MD, PhD: That especially is important in older people where you can have easy fractures from a fall; simple walking pattern can prevent that by almost 35 to 40 percent.
    Walking in general is also a way to interact with each other. I mean, I see a lot of walking groups, see walking groups at lunch time, I see walking groups in the mall; (CAPTION: community) so, it’s not just a way of physical maintenance of good health, it’s also a way of interacting with other people. It’s a way of community.

    John Arden, PhD: It becomes part of your life and your spice it in wherever you can, like parking your car way out at the end of the parking lot: why park right next to the building?

    Melissa Michaluk, D.O.: I never run and do a task, I don’t swim to go pick something up, but I always walk across the street to get something or walk half a mile to get a task done. (CAPTION: functional) And I think that’s the important thing about walking, is that could be exercise and it can be functional as well.

    John Arden, PhD: Every little bit of exercise can be a cumulative kind of effect.

    Dougal Mackinnon, MD, PhD: (CAPTION: 30 minutes per day) Time is important: 20 to 30 minutes a day of walking is good, and it doesn’t have to be strenuous walking. So, there’s a lot of good benefits from walking, that can be social, it can be physical, and it can help lead to a better lifestyle and less need for medical interventions.

    Lynn Kosteki, MD: All the benefits it has……take advantage of that. It’s one of the easiest things that you can do to have the multitude of benefits on your health.

    John Arden, PhD: It shouldn’t be based on convenience; it should be considered a staple part of your life.

    Dougal Mackinnon, MD, PhD: It continues to be the best medicine we have. There’s no pill that can give you what walking can give.

  • Benefits of my heel and toe walking Regime

    For some time now my feet have been killing me, I did a lot of limping, I tried insoles and other stuff, no good at all, I went on line seeking help, one web site suggested what they call heel and toe walking, striking the floor with your heel, rolling the feet and taking off on your toes, I took it seriously, I think I must have been walking flat footed, here are the amazing things that happened.
    Wonderful, life changing!

    Correct walking affects the muscles in the feet, the legs and beyond.
    I don’t limp anymore the reason I started this method of walking.
    For a short while my thigh muscles ached, that is good.
    I can now wear shoes I was reluctant to wear because they hurt my feet.
    I am not at all unsteady when I walk now.
    Walking on cobbled streets in my home town I always avoided because I felt unsteady walking on them, not anymore I make a point of walking on them now.
    Steps I avoided because I felt unsteady walking up and down them, much better.
    I feel a lot more confident.
    Here is the BIG one
    The Pelvic Floor Muscle.
    I had prostate cancer some years ago and had to have it surgically removed resulting in incontinence, I did the kegal exercises but it was a waste of time so I gave up, I wear pads and change them every day sometimes twice a day, after doing my new walking regime after not very long I noticed one night when I took one off it was dry, never happened before, now they are either dry or not very wet, also every morning about six I need to pee, I had to grab my willy to stop myself peeing on the floor on my way to the toilet, not anymore, if I was caught short often I would wet myself as I undid my pants, not anymore, I wore my pads for three days with hardly any leakage!

    One problem was drinking beer, bitter/real ale, if I tried a pint it was as if my body was a drain pipe, I quickly wet my pants, it’s a diuretic, Guinness and wine were OK, after the improvements with the pad I decided to try and drink a pint to see what would happen, I stayed dry, next day I had two pints, I stayed dry!
    As I said wonderful and life changing.
    Not bad for a man who is 79 years old!

  • Been speed walking 4-5 miles every morning for over a month and i feel fabulous. Definitely is better than an antidepressent ����✌♥️

  • i have lost inches from walking and a few pounds but my mind and spirit is hitting the roof its just so much better i walk with jesus everyday

  • Met a lady on Craigslist who’s husband passed away at 50 from over weight
    Massive heartattack. We started walking. 2hrs every tues thurs. She lost 100lbs
    In 1yr.

  • I have already started walking from yesterday in 4 am with 5000 steps target ; increasing it day by day following with some body exercise refreshing my mind. Love my training schedule.

  • Yes, walking is very important. I’ve read a very good article and found out that it helps in the increased production of “happy” hormones such as serotonin. This hormone is responsible for the upbeat and uplifting mood, the feeling of joy and contentment, and general feeling of positivity or optimism. You can learn more on:

  • I’m 4’11 and my highest weight was 186lbs. I wore a size 16 and was borderline diabetic! I remember as a young kid my Mom taking me walking with her and how enjoyable it was. Not to mention the weight she had lost! I started walking 5 days a week for one hour and lost 42lbs in 6 months! I am no longer in danger of type 2 diabetes and wear a size 9. I feel better physically and mentally!:)

  • i started walking one hour between the trees and canal in the village and it gives me pleasure and never feel compelled to do it….

  • Some weekdays after work I walk 5 kms when there’s too much traffic to catch the bus or a taxi when trying to escape downtown to go home.

  • I walked from 3/4 to 1 mile everyday except Sunday with my dog who gets up jumping and telling me she is ready to go every morning and it’s really help me to stay strong and healthy I am an active senior love to walk

  • Walking in the mall is a good idea. I know it became the morning thing back in the 80’s. It’s good since you are in a climate controlled environment, safe, close to restrooms and can grab a healthy bite or drink while you exercise. Plus, like in the dark winter months, you can walk when it gets dark outside inside!

  • I realise…am..getting old…,need to.maintain..a routine foe health and disease free life…and a must too../Dedicating..the video to my friend..and please note..”we r getting old and so…we need to get together… well.”..yeah yeah.No..fears…,loving u

  • @ 4:12 man in a power chair. No one should be excluded from walking. It’s enjoyable, strengthening, and emotionally healthy. I have used an exoskeleton and it feels amazing! Someone that is paralyzed from the waist down walking?? Yeah, it’s incredible! Everyone should have the opportunity!:D

  • Hello My You Tube Friends and You Tubers out there! Yes…. Walking is a Wonderful Exercise that I’ve done all through out my life and just recently started doing again and WoW! The Benefits are Immediate and Amazing! I Highly Recommend the Effort for Everyone to Get Up and Start Walking if your health permits it…. I for one will keep up my Walking Routine no matter what if at all possible because I feel Great and I’d like for All of You Guys to feel Great too! So join the club and let’s get Walking for the sake of being the Best Individuals that we Can Be and were designed to Be by Almighty God…. Thanks All you Guy’s and May God Bless All of You!: )

  • Walking will prevent your cat from getting run over!!
    Walking will help you get along with your parents better!!
    Walking can help repair the relationship with your X-wife!


  • I once stayed with some friends in SLC. When I arrived at their home
    Their dog was completely out of control barking and hyper. I told the lady
    Is it ok if I take your dog for a walk, she said sure. I took the dog for a one hour walk
    And when we returned the dog was so Mellow she couldn’t believe it. LoL.
    My friends live 15 miles from the SLC airport. When the day for my flight came
    I noticed my flight took off at 3pm. So I got up at 6am and walked 15miles to the airport

  • During the current pandemic, I’ve taken up walking.

    It has simply saved my life. It is one of the reasons I’m still here x

    In the beginning, I was just laying in bed at times and pretty much without any motivation and just wanting to wither away.

    Now I’m feeling stronger, more confident and believing in myself ❤

  • Walking is great for those that have anxiety and depression, walking releases the feel good endorphins like serotonin and dopamine and lowers the bad chemicals like cortisol and adrenaline, 30 mins a day (that’s it) but must be a brisk walk not a lazy dog walk for 30 mins

  • Lets be honest i really dont understand why this person who is Grossly overweight and looks very unhealthy so its clear that this speaker gets zero exercise and no walking.PEOPLE LISTEN TO PEOPLE WHO LOOK AS HEALTHY AS THEY PROCLAIN TO BE.

  • The best time of walking is between 4:00 am to 5:00 am. It really gives us the power of positive energy and mind blowing refreshment

  • I enjoyed hearing Sandra James’ presentation very much. As fences at the fronts of properties fall and people find the benefits of creating a better community (rather than sanction themselves inside their individual homes), this exquisitely spoken talk is inspirimg!

  • Love to walk but my problem is I have to go toilet �� all the time, that’s why I hardly go out for walk. Sorry it’s too personal but tell me if anyone has same problem and better if there’s any solution. I’m sick of it, not able to enjoy simplest things like walking.

  • Everyone knows that walking is good for you. Few people know how to go about making walkability part of each community. This video by a practicing city planner gives solid examples of projects that any community can take on to make their community safer, more social, more neighborly and  more  walkable. The video also has great facts on how enhancing walkability in communities can lower the rates of clinical medical depression, markedly improve health, and increase profits for commercial businesses. A really good synopsis on why we need to encourage and plan for walkability. Excellent presentation, will use these examples in my practice. Looking forward to more from Sandra James.

  • my father walked everyday of his life,and i mean he walked everywhere…but…he still had alzheimers… so i am baffled how they come to these results.

  • Excellent video! I’m a proponent of bodyweight exercises and walking. The more we move our bodies, the healthier we are. Average walking speed studies show that an older person’s pace, along with their age and gender, can predict their life expectancy just as well as the complex battery of other health indicators such as blood pressure, body mass index, chronic conditions, and smoking history.