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Published: November, 2019. If you’ve invested in a fitness tracker, chances are you’ve heard that you should take 10,000 steps a day for better health. If that sounds daunting, there’s good news: a study published online May 29 by JAMA Internal Medicine found that you may able to reap health benefits by taking half that number of steps each day. Researchers found that in older women, taking as few as.
Many people take at least 2,700 steps doing daily activities, says I-Min Lee, Sc.D., a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and lead. On average, healthy adults take between 4,000–18,000 steps per day, according to a review from the Pennington Biomedical Research Center. And in a 2015 PLOS ONE study, people who increased the number of daily steps from 1,000 to 10,000 cut their risk of death by 46%. 10,000 steps is a fine goal, but there’s more to being healthy than the steps you get each day.
It’s possible to reach your step goal without ever breaking a sweat. Don’t treat your daily step goal as a finish line, but rather as a minimum. Walking 10,000 steps a day is a good baseline to help you stay fit, but it isn’t the one-size-fits-all goal you might think.
Fitness trackers such as Fitbit use the number as a default goal, but. If you’ve invested in a fitness tracker, chances are you’ve heard that you should take 10,000 steps a day for better health. If that sounds daunting, there’s good news: a study published online May 29 by JAMA Internal Medicine found that you may able to reap health benefits by taking half that number of steps each day. Researchers found that in older women, taking as few as.
It found that women reduced their risk of dying by 41% when they got just 4,400 steps daily compared to women who only clocked 2,700 steps. The women had additional benefit up to around 7,500. Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, for example, recommends “a daily walk of 8,000 to 10,000 steps”.
The UK National Obesity Forum says. “The average person is going to take between 3,000 and 6,000 steps over the course of the day from commuting, shopping, etc. By adding 30 minutes of exercise (approximately 3,000. Lara, I am a active 90 yr old. 5″4, weight 118 lbs and want to tay that weight.
I am walking an average of 2+miles a day. according to my fitbit. How many steps a day do you recommend for an active lady my age. Love walking for my health.
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