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Science Shows Brisk Walkers May Live Longer. Your walking speed may be a predictor of your life expectancy, regardless of your weight, according to a recent observational study which asked participants to rate their own walking pace as either slow, steady/average or brisk. The study, which analyzed data provided by nearly 475,000 individuals in the UK, found people of all body mass index.

The study found, “brisk walkers were found to have longer life expectancies,” of 86.7-87.8 years in women and 85.2-86.8 years in men regardless of BMI. “Subjects reporting slow walking pace had. A new study suggests that slower walking people have shorter lifespans. File Photo by Kzenon/Shutterstock May 15 (UPI) Walking has always been a.

New research claimed that brisk walkers live longer. The researchers even said that the theory holds true regardless of the weight class of fast walkers. In their study published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings, the researchers claimed that brisk walkers who had a speed of three miles per hour or about 100 steps per minute overtake most walkers. The study found “brisk walkers were found to have longer life expectancies” of 86.7-87.8 years in women and 85.2-86.8 years in men, regardless of BMI. “Subjects reporting slow walking pace had. According to the study, fast-walking women had a life span of about 87 years, while those who walk at a slow pace only had an average lifespan of.

Of the study’s 475,000 participants, those who reported a brisk walking pace had longer life expectancies across all levels of BMIs, ranging from 86.7 to 87.8 years in women and 85.2 to 86.8 years in men. On the other hand, subjects who reported a slow walking pace had significantly shorter life expectancies: an average of 72.4 years for women. Fast walking women lived for about 87 years. This is in comparison to women who walked slow and lived for 72 years. Similarly, in case of men, brisk walkers had a lifespan of 86 years.

While slow walkers had a lifespan of 65 years. Why Fast Walkers May Live 15–20 Years Longer Than the Rest of Us Researchers say a quick walking pace is a good cardiovascular workout, but it may. Pass it on: Older adults who walk faster than 1 meter per second may live longer than those who walk more slowly.

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Walkers live longer and have a greater optimism about life than those who are sedentary.

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A 2014 epidemiological study also suggests that aerobic fitness reduces the risk of brain cancer mortality.18 In this study, the risk of brain cancer mortality was prospectively examined in the National Walkers’ and Runners’ Health Study cohort (153,000 individuals, 50 years old, followed for 12 years).

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Regular walkers maintained better quality of life scores than irregular walkers.

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On one side, James Fries and Lawrence Crapo take the optimistic position that improving life expectancy will also lead to compressed morbidity: People will live longer and not be sick until the very end of their natural life span.

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Prospective studies have also shown that walking speed is a strong predictor of institutionalisation and mortality in older people (Woo et al 1999).

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The logic here is that a more sedentary lifestyle is associated with an acceleration of physiological deterioration (Vandervoort & McComas, 1986; Kalu & Masoro, 1988; fleg & lakatta, 1988), such that the effects of aging and habitual inactivity may be additive.

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Fries thought that while potential life span could not be altered by medical, environmental, or behavioral changes, the likelihood that persons in a given population will approach and live to their maximum potential life span can be changed.

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Some theorists believe that people’s maximum life expectancy has not appreciably changed for centuries (Fries & Crapo, 1981).

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There is no evidence that the use of walkers does any long-term harm, however.

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The GBD Study has provided support for the theory that people in highincome, low-mortality populations not only live longer, but also remain healthier for longer.

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  • I’m going to try it. I have soo many thangs to do today. But, I find myself waiting for someone else when looking forward to a nice run.

  • Walking,Before my grandma past on,she past on two things Cooking,and Walking!She would walk late at night,when i was very young to 20s.But these days isnt safe anymore to walk past 9pm due violence and people driving careless in this world.

  • Have u ever heard a phrase less is more? Yes walking in long run will benefit our entire body organs unlike jogging.just look at all marathon runners.sprint may look good but in long run will damage our body too.

  • Fitness walking and doing bodyweight exercises is a great way to get in shape and stay in shape. Walking is gentle on the body and the mind. Start walking now and you will be able to continue doing this great exercise well into your advanced years!
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  • God those anchors are so stupid and fake. Good thing my part of the world doesn’t like stupid, insignificant humor, why do you even need to joke. Fuck.