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Walkletics

Posted on April 21, 2012 at 8:25 PM

  I'm a health buff. No, I'm a health and fitness addict--what I call walkaholic. Believe me, I've tried a lot of workouts and still keeping at most of them to this writing. But I've never found a most fitting and enjoyable regular workout than walking--or what I call walkletics--particularly brisk walking. I walk-slim to a better fit each morning. And I feel stronger and look better than most guys my age. A walk each day keeps the bulging tummy away.

Every medical and fitness expert says walking is good for the heart. But there's more to walking than just getting a good heart. It also makes you a well rounded person. WALK SLIM will tell you about them as you walk your way to a slimmer fit!

 

A Walk that Seems Right to a Man

 

There's a walk that seems right to a man, but it isn't. Walk slim to fitness means you do the right walk. Wrong walks give you a lot of body aches after. So make sure you walk correctly at all times. WALK SLIM will show you how.

 

In fact, WALK SLIM will show you a lot of ways to enjoy and benefit more from simple walking. Walking as a workout may look easy, but it has to be done the right way. And we're telling you this early, though it's the easiest and best way to keep fit and healthy, there are vital things to keep in mind to enjoy walking more as a workout. Sometimes, the most basic things become difficult to re-learn when we have become accustomed with the complicated.

 

Sometimes, as we grow up we tend to imitate people we admire. We try to get their looks and even the way they move. In so doing, we often impair our natural way of moving, so that there is sometimes a walk that seems right to a man, he grows with it, but in the end it hurts his physique and even his health. Like, if we keep standing or walking a bit stooping, it might hurt our spine later in life, and it'd be hard to remedy it. Some even require special and costly treatments just to go back to natural correct posture and anthropometrics. So don't wait for that to happen. Begin walking correctly today. Workout regularly.

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