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So, in order to lose one pound a week a healthy goal, according to experts you’d need to burn 500 calories a day. “That means you should. To lose weight, you should aim for about 10,000 steps a day, which is the equivalent of five miles. On average, if you walk at a pace of 4 miles per hour (a common pace) you can burn roughly 400 calories per hour. You don’t necessarily need to go 4 miles a day.

As an example, if you commit to walking 3 extra miles, they would be burning an extra 300 calories a day. In order to lose weight, any average person requires walking about 2,000 steps in the average one mile. It is known that one mile could burn about 100 calories. Accordingly one can calculate the weight loss based on his or her steps on a daily routine while walking. As a rule of thumb, you will drop one pound when you burn 3,500 calories.

With every mile walked, you will burn about 100 calories. If you are able to walk five miles per day, you will burn 500 calories during your workout. If you are able to do this every day for a week, you will burn 3,500 calories from exercise during that week. To burn 500 calories, you need to walk approximately five miles per day.

Image Credit: BAaAej Ayjak/iStock/Getty Images While the specific number of calories you burn walking varies, if you walk 5 miles every day, you will burn approximately 3,500 calories each week which may result in one pound of weight loss. This would mean running or walking about 2.6 miles per day to lose half a pound per week. For a 160-pound person it takes just over 33 miles of running or walking about 2.4 miles per day If you don’t do any intentional exercise and spend most of your time sitting, a first goal may be to start walking 5,000 steps or 2.5 miles per day. Once 5,000 steps per day is manageable, you can work up to a goal of 7,500 steps per day then 10,000 per day.

To solve the problem – how much to walk to lose weight chart – you need a comprehensive approach. First, watch what you eat. Food should be low-calorie. In your diet should be a lot of fresh vegetables and fruits. Do not overeat – stop eating when hungry. Second, move more. Do physical exercises.

Walking can help you lose weight Walking 1 hour each day can help you burn calories and, in turn, lose weight. In one study, 11 moderate-weight women lost an average of 17 pounds (7.7 kg), or 10%.

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Most programs encourage patients to gradually work up to at least 1000 calories per week of exercise, which can be accomplished by walking 10 miles per week (2 miles on 5 days each week).

“Handbook of Obesity, Two-Volume Set” by George A. Bray, Claude Bouchard
from Handbook of Obesity, Two-Volume Set
by George A. Bray, Claude Bouchard
CRC Press, 2019

Most programs encourage patients to gradually work up to 1000 calories/week of exercise, which can be accomplished by walking 10 miles a week (2 miles on 5 days each week).

“Handbook of Obesity: Clinical Applications” by George A. Bray, Claude Bouchard
from Handbook of Obesity: Clinical Applications
by George A. Bray, Claude Bouchard
CRC Press, 2003

The current minimum recommendation is to walk for a total of 150 minutes a week, which is about 20 minutes a day (1 mile).

“Health & Wellness”
from Health & Wellness
by
, 2008

If your goal is to walk 30 minutes a day, you can take a 15-minute walk at lunch time, five-minute walk instead of a coffee break, and park your car far enough away to walk five minutes coming and leaving work.

“The Detox Book, 3rd Edition: How to Detoxify Your Body to Improve Your Health, Stop Disease, and Reverse Aging” by Bruce Fife
from The Detox Book, 3rd Edition: How to Detoxify Your Body to Improve Your Health, Stop Disease, and Reverse Aging
by Bruce Fife
Piccadilly Books, Limited, 2017

For example, with energy intake unchanged, one pound will be lost by walking a 20-minute mile daily for 35 days, leading to a 10-pound weight loss in a year.

“Family Medicine: Principles and Practice” by J. L. Buckingham, E. P. Donatelle, W. E. Jacott, M. G. Rosen, Robert B. Taylor
from Family Medicine: Principles and Practice
by J. L. Buckingham, E. P. Donatelle, et. al.
Springer New York, 2013

For example: Without changing the way you eat, say you burned an extra 250 calories per day, which a 150-pound person could accomplish by walking for about forty-five minutes at a pace of three miles per hour.

“Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution” by C. D. C. Atkins
from Dr. Atkins’ New Diet Revolution
by C. D. C. Atkins
M. Evans, 2002

To burn off three hundred calories through exercise, however, the average person needs to walk vigorously for about three miles.

“Fat Politics: The Real Story behind America's Obesity Epidemic” by J. Eric Oliver
from Fat Politics: The Real Story behind America’s Obesity Epidemic
by J. Eric Oliver
Oxford University Press, 2005

If you walk less than two miles per day, you should consider yourself an inactive person and begin your exercise program slowly.

“The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook” by Martha Davis, Elizabeth Robbins Eshelman, Matthew McKay
from The Relaxation and Stress Reduction Workbook
by Martha Davis, Elizabeth Robbins Eshelman, Matthew McKay
New Harbinger Publications, 2008

To start, one can take a five-minute walk twice a day and build up to an hour-long walk three to five times a week.

“The Lupus Book: A Guide for Patients and Their Families” by Daniel J Wallace
from The Lupus Book: A Guide for Patients and Their Families
by Daniel J Wallace
Oxford University Press, USA, 2008

However, an individual who walked briskly 2 miles daily (expending approximately 200 calories or so in 30 minutes) would expend 1400 calories per week (a little less than 1/2 of a pound of fat).

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from The Ketogenic Diet: A Complete Guide for the Dieter and Practitioner
by Lyle McDonald, Elzi Volk
Lyle McDonald, 1998

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  • If you liked this video, I one up’ed it to +30,000 Steps A Day / Over 100 Miles In 7 days. If you want to check it out, here is the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjyDYG90JCM

  • I’m confused. I use a walking app(map my walk) and a step app (StepsApp) and I walk 5 miles a day. about 9500 steps. It takes me 90 minutes at an avg 3.4 mph both apps calculate calories burned at about 600 or so. Your numbers are quite…different

  • 10,000 steps a day for me is about a 90 minutes walk; to be exact 100 minutes!! I used to walk 2 to 3 hrs at time years ago, but now I am in my fifties, and so have to adjust to what my body can take. I am no longer doing this exercise regiment just for weight control. Since restarting this past December I’ve being walking 10, 000 steps, 5 days a week religiously, no more no less! walking is an excellent low impact way to clear my mind and maintain my weight. It is also very heart, blood pressure, cholesterol, and emotionally healthy!! ALL FOR FREE!!!

  • How fast did you walk, and was the ground always at or near level? You don’t appear to have been walking fast. And you do appear to have been walking on level ground. That’s why I ask. Your results are good. However, if you were walking slowly or only moderately fast on primarily level ground, someone else walking fast over mixed terrain would see even better results. So my aim is to be encouraging, not critical.

  • I know this video is a little over year old, but I have a question(s). At the 00:44 mark you begin to prepare 4 eggs in the colored “dishes/bowls”. 1st, what are they called and where do you get them? 2nd what is the “style” of egg you are doing? 3rd, how do you do it? Any of the food prep you do would be greatly appreciated as I am a CHF patient and since the onset I have gained apx. 80 lbs of blubber from inactivity. I am now, 4 1/2 years later, able to move around a bit more. Any and all insight would be great. Thanks, Paul.

  • What a moron you are. You need a phone app to help you go out and walk?? Fool. Idiot. It doesn’t matter if you walk 19000 or 21000 steps. Just walk.

  • I’m a obese person who has been Sedentary for a long time do you think working up to 10,000 steps is the best way or just go straight into 10,000 steps?

  • I looked at where the 10K steps came from. It was from a Japanese company that wanted to push sales of their pedometer in 1964 during the Olympics. Studies have shown that it is good to walk daily but 10K is not a magic number. Seems like the good zone for most people is between 5K and 7K. https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20190723-10000-steps-a-day-the-right-amount

  • 1:00 I call it bullshit. 10.57 miles in 2 hours would be 5 miles per hour. that’s not walking, thats jogging speed. Your fitbit is probably broken. I do very fast walking every day for two hours (like 3,5 mph) and at best i’m barely reaching 15k steps

  • I walked 26,000 steps today and MyFitnessPal says I only burned 1143 calories. Are you speed walking or slow jogging at some point?

  • I’m on day 87 (consecutive) of walking 12000 steps a day. I started simply trying to get out of the house during this virus and cheated at the beginning by fostering a 3 year old pit bull. It’s tough here in the desert right now but between 5 and 630 AM you will find me on my 5.8 mile trek through my neighborhood(s). I feel great and my belly is shrinking, not sure about the weight as I tossed the scales years ago. I’m 65 coming off a sedentary career and this is working like magic. start small and just add to it, it has become the best part of my day

  • I do this 5 days a week with my sister. We keep weight off and always see so many people on our walk it’s great. Joggers follow walkers people on bikes its great

  • For those of us who don’t have a Fit Bit yet, which Fitness Tracker watch under $50 USD do you recommend? There are lots of choices on Amazon, hard to choose. Thanks.

  • Excellent video! I am also a serious walker and walk at least 10 km a day. I have found walking to be the most effective way to lose weight and get back in shape. I tried HIIT cardio exercises but I was not having the same results, because I overdid it and my body was not responding. Walking is simple and effective.

  • Definitely a game changer, I walked 22k steps per day during 4 months and lost 10 kg as I also showed on my channel. Epic way to work out. If you wanna see Hong Kong check it out ✌️����

  • There r a lot of things to do other than walking in life. For a normal person one hour is more than enough for running, walking, exercise, etc. We should always be at the middle of everything.
    If someone is an athlete or sportsperson or fat person, or health enthusiast, he should run 10 miles of course as per his need

  • I wonder what he did to get that many steps other than just walk. I mean I try to walk more often for my errands and I walk my dog a lot and I get about 10k a day. I try to park as far away from the store as possible to add steps. I also walk stairs vs elevator. But it’s still difficult to get 10k some days, much less 25k.

  • I walk between 20 and 30,000 steps per day but my fitness app says that’s only 1,400 calories. I need to get what you got so I can get more accurate.

  • The body fat loss through walking is amazing, if you walk for over 10.000 steps a day and watch your diet, way better than running and much more enjoyable. Most channels make the mistake of just talking about weight loss, but the important thing is not weight loss, but fat loss and muscle gain.

  • now in the fitness community everyone thinks that they have to do high intensity interval training or some kind of hard intensity cardio to get shredded. But something as simple as eating in a caloric deficit and walking 5 plus miles a day can get you there as well. Personally I hate hard cardio of any kind, and just cannot stick with it it depresses me.

  • You don’t burn 4600 plus cals walking 16 miles, a 200 pound person burns around 110 per mile, so that’s less than 2000,your fit bit is way out

  • Basically the lighter woman gain the most but also did the most work and the darkest woman lost the most but did the least of work in the walking. That’s why darker people usually have better physic overal without putting as much of effort into it as the white people. Hence also why black are usually better at sport overal than white people.

  • Try Leslie Sansone Jenny Ford marching with moves and Lucy Wyndham workouts too Phala B fitness. May as well have fun while doing it

  • My mobile phone step program recommends 8200 steps/day or about 500 cal burn or 70 min walk!
    I all ready lost few ponds.
    But be care full with sweets, can cancel out any calorie burned easy.

  • Great concise video, walking is such an underrated form of exercise. Worth pointing out though, that the kind of calorie deficit you were in for that week isn’t really sustainable or healthy for the long run. Too much of a deficit for too long can mess up your matabolism and for women mess up hormones etc.

  • 10’000 steps is nothing! I do 10’000 metres a day in my work and that’s without heavy lifting and I still have a belly? How’s that?

  • I walked 20,242 steps and only made 1,052.4 cals. how you calculated this. a person have to do 2000 steps to burn 100cals, please someone make de maths

  • Girls don’t like skinny boys! Get muscles like me. I got 3kg of lean muscle in one month. The secret is website called NextLevelDiet, because I followed their 30 days meal plan. IM FU**ING STRONG NOW!!!

  • Thanks for the video, you’ve highlighted so many good benefits of walking. According to a study published in the journal Body Image found that people who walked in nature were much more likely to feel good about their bodies! 
    -Watch: Benefits of Walking for Health and Fitness (Short Version)
    https://youtu.be/Fwicd0L9VSs

  • Don’t the participants like the area they live in? Find a park!
    Yesterday I walked 17100 steps (only outside the house counts for me) which was easy
    because I stopped to smell roses in the rose garden,
    walked on to find raspberries and gooseberries,
    visited the pond of the park to watch the birds. Next I went to the marina to take a look at the yachts.
    Up and down stairs and then enjoying the sunset on the beach. Learn to love your home town ��
    Tipps: Try leaving your headphones at home and be present in the moment as much as possible.
    Meditate and pray wherever you feel comfortable. I also like carrying a book in my back pack.
    A few pages after every 1000 or 2000 steps.

  • Get muscles like me, I got 7kg of lean muscle mass in two months only. I visited website called *Next Level Diet*, they provided me with 30 days diet meal plan and training plan. Their tips helped me to gain muscles as well.

  • If you don’t want to walk outside when its late you can walk in place indoors. There are some walking videos on youtube. Or walk in place watching movies or tv. Steps will add up that way.

  • I`ve seen a few of your video`s and have subscribed as i find them informative. I see you`ve taken a bit of flak in some regarding your views about walking being better than fat burning for running. However I`m 63 been an exercise (and rain) junky all my life and, in general, I agree. Let me explain.

    In my 20`s, 30`s and 40`s i was a serious martial artist but also a long distance runner and running (power gliding using my legs as wings) was my preference. Marathons (7), half marathons (loads n loads), 15, 10 and 7 mile races i tried them all. (although given a choice my favourite was along a beach in the rain at night mmmm). Even on tick over I used to cover 30 miles a week or so as well as train for 5-6 hours martial arts and hit the gym at least twice. (i had a problem-i didn’t feel well unless i exercised-something I`m sure you have also experienced).

    In my 50`s i dropped the martial arts but not the running. Yet, all that time whilst I ate like a damn horse (Except all Saturdays and Sunday until 2pm when i fasted totally except tea and water -something my father taught me) I had a constant body fat percentage of about 10-12% and most of that was around my middle. If you look at the build of marathon runners you can see whilst they are thin as rakes they often carry a little tummy above a lean six-pack, or rather smoothed off six pack with subliminal definition rather than cords of muscle. And don’t look to the professional athletes, go along to an “ordinary” meeting to see it

    .

    That little tummy of mine never disappeared all the time i was running. Due to an accident in my mid fifties I had to stop exercise, and to my surprise found i liked it. Rather a lot. Then i got divorced and started to party. And really really enjoyed that! My residual fitness (and metabolism gathered over years of exercise) lasted about 4 years then an extra stone became two, then three and was creeping up to four by the time i hit 60.

    I joined a gym and started to run (or rather jog and gasp) but due to a dodgy knee found if i go over 3 miles it aches like a @@@@@@@@ and the pain ain`t worth it. So i settled on a 2 miler 3 times a week, but that barely shifted much so i tried walking. Being a sad, lonely old git that lives alone (except if im lucky, or the kids come round wanting an, “Oh dad would you mind…” favour) coupled with not owning a tv (try it, you`ll like it) i have time so decided on 5 miles a day coupled with OMAD and a fast on Saturdays (except a bottle of something good). The 5 miles soon went up to 7.5 and has stayed that way. I never count the steps at home and wont be a bloody slave to a damn fitbit, it causes anxiety i`ve seen it in others.

    In the last two years (I`m 63) i`ve lost all the weight i gained and down to a few pounds above my natural 11.5 stones with a body fat that floats at about 15%. And my “Tummy” is gone. My waist is now 2” thinner than it was when i was 25. At first i thought you was wrong but on reflection I`m sure you are right. I will continue to look at your vids and its nice to someone thats obviously smart.

    As an aside, I`m utterly and completely sure that a body sets a “Blueprint” around the ages of 25-27 that it refers back too when exercise and a sensible diet are engaged. It used to be old gym wisdom, but you rarely hear it talked about, and muscle memory is not the same thing.

  • What would have been helpful to see included in the calculation is your BMR (unless that’s factored into what Fitbit shows as your calories burned). Because without doing ANYTHING, your body is burning calories just going through your normal everyday routine. So in a way, you either have to ignore the calories in your BMR and just look at what you expend ABOVE that number OR you have to just look at what calories you are burning through the intentional activity. One hour of Zumba or Hot Yoga class will tell me how many calories I’ve burned through that activity. One hour of walking or jogging (at the usual pace) yields a certain number as well. So in terms of weight loss, I will only look at the calories burned through intentional activity.

    I may not be explaining myself clearly, but it is obvious from the directness of this video (thank you for that, btw) that you did create a calorie deficit. I know that 3,500 calories = 1 pound and that you exceeded that amount.

    It also looks like you did well with your sleeping (kudos) which is one factor that often gets ignored or forgotten about when people step on the scale. Stress is the other factor and it creates hormones and that can show up as a weight gain on the scale. People seem to forget that the “formula to lose weight” is not as simple as “eat less & move more” (it’s a great part of it, but not the entire equation).

    Great job, though! Now, I’m curious to see your 30,000 steps video.

  • I love your content and approach. The quick editing is disorienting to watch, though. I was also curious how the conversation would change now after covid. Mall walking may not be possible now. Also way more people are working from home now than when this was published. Interesting to think about these changes.

  • It wouldn’t help you lose weight, just maintain fitness for a bit. I’m someone who used to walk 15k-25k steps a day but when I started doing real work out that’s when I saw the difference
    She is saying this because it garners views everyone wants a shortcut: guess what there are NO shortcuts
    Also her “credentials” are fake, she is just spewing lies for publicity

  • BESTIE I USUALLY WALK 4.5 MILES TO WOODLAND THEN DO A ENDURANCE WORKOUT WITH MARTIAL ARTS TREE HUGGING AND BALANCING AND MEDITATION AND TREE UPSIDE DOWN SIT UPS THEN I WALK BK HOME 4.5 MILES AND I FEEL GREAT IM GONNA TRY AND GONFOR THE TEN MILES SOON ����

  • Wow, I walked 19,000 steps just the other day but Google fit is telling me I only burned 1,400 cals approx. I’m 5’7″ and currently 225 lbs. I need to get one of these watches ASAP!!!

    * all while pushing a buggy with a two year old.

  • I’ve been trying to walk about 2 miles everyday and I’ve been starting to lose belly fat. More than just exercise it’s such a stress reliever, I listen to a podcast and love my walks!

  • I consider that walking at least 10,000 steps a day is a key for my weight loss. I have lost 25 pounds since mid March by intermittent fasting and walking, mostly inside my house because of Covid-19. My eating choices have not been super strict, but I am trying to make better choices. I am trying to get 1,000 steps each hour, and the Fitbit is a very helpful tool. (I retired in December, and hit an all time high weight soon afterwards.)

  • we traveled to Paris, London, Belgium, and Amsterdam and WALKED everywhere all day long and ate EVERYTHING French croissants and pastries, beers at English pubs, Belgian beers and waffles, Dutch Apple Cake and we all lost weight. LOST!!!

  • I started walking 3 days before my 50th bday. I started walking 10K steps a day at first. Then in June I started walking 20,000 steps day. I’ve lost 29 lbs so far. I need to lost about 70 lbs. I typically wake up at 5:30 AM, before I start work. Then after lunch I walk 30 minutes to an hour. Then after dinner I finish the rest of mu steps. I usually turn on music or podcast. It takes about three hours a day. Walking everyday has really helped with my mental health along with physical.

  • Ive been walking 10 miles every other day, (4x a week) it does take around 3 hours at a healthy paste. The thing for me is that i need better trainers, as the long walking has caused bubbles on my feet due to the friction ��.

  • For anyone doing this this little stretch out will help with recovery and make this awesome exercise maintainable! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KIqJknh9N0I&t=5s

  • Thank you for the video! The gyms been closed so I decided to walk 10k steps as my workout. Honestly, it really works! I made a video if anyone’s interested in knowing the results ��

  • To hit my 10,000 steps, I break it into little walks of at least 2,000 steps even if I’m just pacing around my house! Works wonders

  • Alexa just told me 10.000 steps is 5 miles! Can you walk 5 miles in 1.40 hours? That’s some fast walking! I walk 2 miles a day and it takes me about and hour, but I’m not speed walking.

  • It’s depends on the individual body, for me running is more beneficial. I lose fat /weight more in running than walking. Your explanation is also right.

  • Your eating habits (diet) affects 80% of your body’s health and 20% is exercise.
    I didn’t believe that at first but diet is significantly more important than exercise.
    No matter how much/ hard you exercise, if you feed your body crap, it negates it.
    Your body is like a car, you need the right “gas” too fuel it too work efficiently.

  • I live in Spain, we are not allowed out to got for a walk because of lockdown so I have started walking around the garden. Looking forward to the government easing the restrictions so I at least have a change of scenery when I walk.

  • I prefer walking outside at night. Tv is repetitive and boring and I generally have more energy at night. I am a natural night owl.I don’t think I will be at the gym anytime soon for fear of Carona. Walk or run outside, push-ups, situps,and resistance bands. That’s the way to go

  • The miles per hour and distance does not equal the amount of calories he has showing. A brisk walk will give you 360 calories per hour. For a 3 hour walk he’s showing 3941 calories. If he were burning that much per day he’d be a stick on the food he’s showing

  • I am my mom’s full-time caretaker and we are currently pretty confined to a 3 bedroom apartment. I’ve been walking 5-8 miles INSIDE every day for months now. Honestly, I love it. My mom is prone to falls so I have to keep a clear, easy to maneuver path throughout the house anyway and I just use it as my track. My little walking course is so second nature at this point, I completely zone out and it’s like a moving meditation. Temperature is perfect and predictable. I have wifi. I can wear whatever I want. It has totally lowered my stress.

  • Had a fitbit type tracker since March 2015, it does motivate you. Have a physically active part time job since I retired 5 years back. Sitting at a desk all day was so bad, I feel like a new person. Still have lazy days but basically 11000 + per day and aim to increase it slightly as I get older.

  • I was 175.6 pounds Saturday morning. I walked 3 miles Saturday and Sunday. I walk 2 miles a day at work in addition to my 3 mile walk has dropped me to 171.3 as of this morning ��. I want to get down to 160 sans clothing. Walking works. I’ve also modified My diet.

  • How can suggest to walk 1 hour or more or less daily if we in crisis right now we are lock out. People get fine from $1000 up to $2000 police are everywhere. People aren’t aloud to go out doors just medical or food shopping. I used walk a lot as my daily exercise. But nobody can’t.. The coronavirus CVD19 has taking over to keeps indoors.

  • Shoot I usually walk about 5-7k steps every day but Wednesday andd the weekend I get about 10-15k depending on if I’m at my cousin’s house or at my own house… Maybe I should start walking more

  • I was 175.6 pounds Saturday morning. I walked 3 miles Saturday and Sunday. I walk 2 miles a day at work in addition to my 3 mile walk has dropped me to 171.3 as of this morning ��. I want to get down to 160 sans clothing. Walking works. I’ve also modified My diet. I can walk 3 miles in 52 minutes.

  • I’ve been walking 10000 steps everyday for a week and I’ve lost a little weight too. However I’m a vegan and I’ve started to feel mild pain on my upper arms.I’m worried I might be loosing musle weight instead of fat. I’m 25, female, my average protein intake is 27g per day and I weigh 52kg (114.64lbs). Is it possible that I’m loosing muscle mass?

  • Along with 10,000 steps you might want to add weight training, and eat a healthy diet that is at maintenance calories (of you without the 10,000 steps). Let the extra walking burn the fat for you.

  • I like to walk 2-3 hours a day, and I notice I feel happier in general than when I’m trying to run as often. And a lot less stress eating.

  • I started walking/running more than 15000 Steps every two days for two weeks now and I really feel a big difference. Thanks to you for giving me more reasons and explanations on the benefits to continue doing it^^.

  • I started 10K steps a day(?) 5 years ago and have dropped 100 lbs. The (?) is for the fact that I don’t do it EVERY day. I take a day off every 4 to 5 days and I don’t walk in rain or storms. I also don’t count every random step of the day. I go to the park and do 5 miles at a good pace. I usually do it all at once early in the morning or late in the evening if time allows. Or, I will split it up to 2 or 3 walks a day if that is what it takes. I do this year around. I listen to my body and will take time off or lower my distance if I need to for a short time. I used to have lower back pain but it is now gone. I also haven’t been sick since I started 5 years ago. It has changed my life!

  • This is a completely useless video. I’m disappointed. Why even bother explaining if no one took the challenge seriously?? Stupid as hell.

  • Iam from indonesia…my house is event can not find in map����…i follow utube video 1mile walk at home in my android x 5 video = 5miles =10000 steps + watching movie on tv + 1000calories intake only…in.9 monts i lost 20kg������

  • I started walking for an hour on Monday, today is Friday and I walked for 2 hours. I plan to walk for two hours a day everyday until September for my bday. Hopefully I get better results than these women lol

  • You see better results if it is continuous walking rather than breaking it up. The Body just gets warmup in the first 20 mins…so breaking will not help much. 1.5 hrs is all it takes for 10k steps

  • Hi Im a chef does the walking I do on the job counts towards the 10,000 steps or is that different. I’m getting back at it
    your video help slot.
    Thank you
    Joe

  • Hey, I am amazed how you are burning so many calories per day. I walk 10k steps and only burn around 400 calories only. Are you working out along with walking?

  • There was a recent story in the news saying adults should walk a minimum if 12,000 steps per day and that doing so would help prevent heart disease and cancer

  • Because of this video I was motivated to get up and do this challenge myself and boy this was so hard �� I just posted my journey on my channel! Thank you for the motivation ����

  • For my weight I burn 957 calories for every 10 miles. To burn one pound of fat a week I’d need to walk 10,428 steps per day. 3500/957=3.65 x 2,000 steps x 10 miles =73,000 steps ÷ 7 days = 10,428. Plus pay close attention to my calorie intake as mentioned.

  • All these women were thin to normal weight to begin with! Lets see this done with truly overweight subjects, otherwise it’s just lipservice.

  • Gaining weight wasn’t really a seller for doing 10,000 steps, but I guess diet does come into play crucially here. Plus I think only one of them took it seriously

  • What if one has a bladder problem and needs to use the toilet frequently, it is hard to walk 10 miles if you are a senior citizen drink water and stay hydrated.

  • Been walking 10,000 steps a day for a few months now and now I’m up to 20,000 between 4 5,000 intervals.. And I’ve dropped 40 pounds in a little over 3 months!!!!! ❤ ❤ If I can do it and chamge my life for the better than ANYONE can!!

  • I today started my 10,000 steps for 30 days today. I had a little over 10,000 and I plan to continue past the 30 days but i’m setting a realistic and tangible goal for my self. I want to be held accountable.
    It is during covid-19 and I live in san francisco so we are in lock down. But people are still going outside but much less and i’m making sure to take routes where people aren’t usually and when I do see someone I cross the street. Also its good because SF has lots of hills so that will mimic a incline treadmill.

  • I’ve been walking a lot more ( treadmill 1 hr 3-4x wk), diet has stayed about the same and I have noticed less bloating. I haven’t gotten on the scale but it looks like I’ve lost weight.

  • Get a dog, walk the dog twice a day, another walk at lunch and you are done. You have to wake up 30-40 minutes earlier for the morning dog walk, then instead of sitting and watching the TV for three hours every night, eat your dinner and take the dog for the evening walk. Easy.

  • Walking 10000 steps a day has changed my life. I will probably never go back to running, I love it way more and I get depressed if I miss a day. It’s my therapy.

  • I walk around at night for fun all. the. time. and people i know pull over sometimes and ask if i need a ride somewhere and are pretty pushy abt it sometimes? like no thanks im actually just… out. bc i want to be

  • Nothing wrong with the info BUT the editing and sounds makes it sound like you are constantly talking.The guy also.Very unnatural.Keep up the good work.

  • I’m walking around 15,000 steps a day! Love my Fitbit. It has made a tremendous difference. I’ve lost some weight, not a lot, but the main improvement is that my blood pressure which had gotten severely high and uncontrolled has returned to perfect! I get it done early and get in more as the day progresses. None of the orthopedic injuries often associated with running. A YMCA friend, a retired pediatrician, saw my results, got himself one and loves it. I got it to count treadmill steps by not holding the handrails. Try it. You’ll like it!

  • I walk on average 15k steps a day, limit my caloric intake, and eat healthy. I am a PE teacher, 50, and keep gaining a few extra pounds a year. I would like to lose 20 pounds. By the way, I love your channel! Thank you!

  • Years ago Did alot of walking
    To get motivated I took a newspaper route.I walked about 2 hours everyday.
    Exercise and 1000.00 a month
    lol Joe

  • Easiest way to get the steps in is to go for a walk for 1.5 to 2 hours. Do it first thing in the morning if you can and the rest of your day is a bonus.

  • Iv lost 2 half stone in 6 months so far walking 10 to 12000 steps a day but some days I dont walk I got half a stone to go before I reach my target of 12 stone the plus side of walking and not running no injuries

  • I just started walking during the pandemic and I’m up to 4 miles per day. I desire to walk to cross the Ben Franklin Bridge which is 12 miles a day. I will take the train back. I don’t know how long it will take me to get there but it’s becoming a passion to try.

  • Been doing this after my neck surgery 10 miles everyday. I’ve been inconsistent for 2 weeks and consistent for one week so far. I stretch and do physical therapy every morning on an empty stomache then have a light smoothie with berries, banana,orange,spinach,raw egg,whey protein and 1 cup cooked oats. Wait an hour to digest then I’m ready for my walk. Hardest part about recovery is recovery itself for an active person who exercises everyday.

  • I’ve been walking 10 miles a day since June 1st. I turned 50 in May and realized finally I need to lose weight. I’ve been on a plateau for last week, but I’ve lost 25 lbs so far walking. Looks like I need to drink more water and eat more protein. Got 75 more pounds to go, but I’m not giving up.

  • 1 mile (18 min) daily.A committed regime for many years instead of some one time challenge.

    Think carefully what is it that you are weakest at?

    Consistency and regularity.Make a small goal.stick to it for long long time.