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Real benefits of a long brisk walk!

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New Study Shows Fast Walking Speed Associated With Longer Life

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Tuesday | FAST Walking in 30 minutes | Fitness Videos

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Moreover, the benefit of brisk walking was particularly pronounced among older adults. Those 60 or over who walked at an average pace had a 46 percent reduction in risk of early death from heart. Moreover, the benefit of brisk walking was particularly pronounced among older adults. Those 60 or over who walked at an average pace had a 46 percent reduction in risk of early death from heart disease, and fast-paced walkers had a 53 percent reduction, the report suggested.

Walk Briskly to a Longer Life FRIDAY, June 1, 2018 You might want to pick up the pace when you head out for a stroll, suggests a new study that found that doing so may lengthen your life. The researchers also found that people seemed to cut their risk of dying early from heart disease by 24 percent by walking at an average pace and 21 percent by walking at a fast pace, compared with walking at a slow pace. Moreover, the benefit of brisk.

Walk briskly to a longer life Study finds that people 60 or older who walk at an average pace had a 46 percent reduction in risk of early death from heart disease, and fast-paced walkers had a 53 percent reduction. (For Spectrum Health Beat). FRIDAY, June 1, 2018 (HealthDay News) — You might want to pick up the pace when you head out for a stroll, suggests a new study that found that doing so may lengthen your life. In fact, compared with a slow pace, walking at an average pace appeared to reduce the risk of dying early 20 percent, while a faster pace seemed to cut the risk by 24 percent, the researchers said.

In fact, compared with a slow pace, walking at an average pace appeared to reduce the risk of dying early 20 percent, while a faster pace seemed to cut the risk by 24 percent. Moreover, the benefit of brisk walking was particularly pronounced among older adults. Those 60 or over who walked at an average pace had a 46 percent reduction in risk of early death from heart disease, and fast-paced walkers had a 53 percent reduction, the report suggested. You might want to pick up the pace when you head out for a stroll, suggests a new study that found that doing so may lengthen your life. In fact, compared with a slow pace, walking at an average pace appeared to reduce the risk of dying early 20 percent, while a faster pace seemed to cut the risk by 24 percent, the researchers said.

The researchers also found that people seemed to cut their risk of dying early from heart disease by 24 percent by walking at an average pace and 21 percent by walking at a fast pace, compared with walking at a slow pace. Moreover, the benefit of brisk walking was particularly pronounced among older adults.

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Then shift into strolling outside, and begin walking longer distances, up to 30 minutes.

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But the idea of duration is to get to the place where walking eventually becomes such a regular part of your life that you no longer define yourself as a walker-walking is just a part of your everyday existence and a reflection of your life practice.

“ChiWalking: Fitness Walking for Lifelong Health and Energy” by Danny Dreyer, Katherine Dreyer
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Thus, if during gait retraining, patients can increase their comfortable walking speed, they can decrease their metabolic cost for walking (Bernardi et al., 1999).

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Walking would drive more oxygen into my lungs.

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• It takes you more than twenty seconds to rise from a chair, walk ten feet at a normal pace, turn around, walk back, and sit down.

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Walking is a way to effectively supply oxygen to the brain.

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Or one might simply stay with the physical sensations of walking.

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But even at a more relaxed pace, walking has enormous benefits.

“The Harvard Medical School Guide to Men's Health” by Harvey Bruce Simon, Harvard Medical School
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Twenty days of exercise, twenty times twenty miles of walking, at the ordinary pace of three and a-half miles an hour, or perhaps half that amount, would have sent me up as buoyantly as a balloon into regions of natural and healthy excitement, where dejection is an impossible phenomenon.

“Confessions of an English Opium-eater” by Thomas De Quincey
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Walking tends to be the preferred exercise, since it is functional; however, cycle ergonometry may be safer, depending on the presence of ataxia or the likelihood of dizziness.

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  • When covid-19 happened in February I made my plans. This included walking briskly about four miles every day on my own in the country (i have only missed twice due to weather) I measure everything I can health wise but everything measures perfect! Weight, blood oxygen,, rest heart rate, blood pressure, body fat percentage all ideal! My case rests! I am 75.

  • Interesting, correlation but not causation, except in the view that health causes fast walking speed and not the other way around.

  • Lovely country side, I try to walk once a day outside for a hour to clear the head. A great thing about taking a hour walk each day is that I sleep better and feel rested than when I set on my backside.

  • This looks easy but it it really is not. Especially if you’ve been a couch potato since march due to quarantine.
    Today for the first time in a week I could complete the whole 30 minutes.

  • What a beautiful place to walk!! I would thoroughly enjoy riding my bike down that path you’re taking. Sometimes i take nice deep breaths to enjoy the slightly polluted air of Houston ��

  • everyone can do this, Leslie just tells you to keep walking and do what you can. Just start where you are and do as much as you can. Get up and move

  • I am very grateful for this wonderful workout. I am 63 years old and would like to find out if you have an exercise program for people my age group. I am trying out keep up with this one but it is a little too much for me. I really like this one. Thanks you.

  • THANK YOU FOR THIS FREE FITNESS VIDEOS! For everyone who’s watching this i hope you stay healthy and fit during this coronavirus pandemic. Because our immune are our number one thing to cure corona quickly. Let’s be healthy together

  • I just started brisk walking every day a couple weeks ago, minimum 1 hour each time, no distraction from music/talk radio/ear buds, etc. Just my senses, heart rate somewhat elevated, taking in everything with some focused thinking thrown in. Can’t believe how calming and how good I feel after 5 or 6 miles. Becoming a habit now.

  • Started day 1 on 14 Sept with 81 kgs and I shall get back on Oct 14 and tell y’all how I’m doing! I’m ready to get fit.. Yay to me!

  • I’m a 62 year old grandmother who has been walking with you for the last 2 months. I’ve taken off 16 pounds and I feel incredible!!! Just wanted to say thank you Leslie for your encouraging spirit. You make it so fun!! I actually look forward to getting up each day at 5am and walking before I head out the door to work! I am also blessed by your positive attitude and obvious love of Our Lord! Good bless you and THANK YOU!!!

  • My mother always emphasised the importance of walking each day and practiced her ethos by walking at least 8-12 kms per day until her late 70’s. she lived until 92 with a sharp mind and clever wit, beautiful skin and nil autoimmune issues. Walking is a gift to those of us able to do it, especially with one’s dogs.

  • I’ve been having kidney stone for 5 months. And. Last month i started this workout with drinking lemon water. And on the 10th day two kidney stone passed out. 4mm and 9 mm. And i’m gtateful this has greatly help me

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  • I’ve been doing this workout every day for a week and I’m sooooo much better and I’ve lost 2 pounds of fat I’m so proud
    Thank you very much!!!

  • This workout was great. I enjoyed this workout. I cannot believe that my health has improved so greatly. Thank you for this program.

  • Good to see you out in the wild, Ralfy. Sound advice. I find it motivating to push a little farther if walking while fasted. Hope it’s a fine week for you and your training!!

  • A couple of thoughts and one gift.
    Ralfy this channel has been removed from my subscription list (somehow) 2 times.
    Finding the link on your whisky channel is nearly impossible.
    I would like to suggest that you just add it to your normal info. there.

    This is amazing country, that you enjoy. Beautiful!! simply beautiful.
    I remember the John Wayne movie “The Quiet Man”
    Wonderful with such a historical feel, just looking at it. (your country-side) not the movie.

    I am a very private person. But, I think you should try something that I was taught as a boy.
    It’s called “Becoming a Statue”
    Just stand. Don’t move.
    If you can make it 1 minute, the first time, I would be very surprised.
    Be careful!!
    When you begin to wobble STOP!
    You can return to the effort later.
    Once a day. Keep a chart.
    When you make 5 minutes, you will be on your way.
    When you hit 20 minutes, (4 to maybe 6 months) something happens to your thinking.
    It cannot be described easily. SO I won’t try.
    But the mind and skeleton structure sort of unite.
    You’ll see.

    This is exceedingly difficult.
    Muscles can be built in the gym.
    Lungs can be cleared in the country walks.
    Those are very good.
    Becoming a Statue is GREAT!
    And nearly impossible.
    Good luck to all that try.

  • Thank you.you guys make a big difference in people life specially,myself getting me fit and to get my health back. All the way from Uk enjoying exercise class… love the pink shoes…. thanks once again

  • This is a very enjoyable walk with a cheerful crew. It’s very encouraging, contagious and my fav by Leslie Sansone. The last 9 months, 5 days a week, I was able to lower my blood sugar level and better control my cholesterol, therefore; lowering my prescription drugs at the age of 69 while feeling good too. Thanks you!

  • Wonderful vlog, Ralfy! Is that a pedestrian walkway you are on? Looks too narrow to be for automobiles (surely not wide enough for 2 way traffic). If it is a walkway proper, it looks worn down by what must be thousands of years of regular use. I am envious!

  • I walk every day at lunch when at work. We have a nice walking track nearby that is mostly tree lined. Not an hour and half, more like 35 minutes but it helps me clear my mind. Afterwards I am ready to tackle the technical problems at work again! Lovely country by the way. I live about 25 minute drive from the Great Smoky Mountain National Park in Tennessee, USA. Once or twice a month my wife and I go on a nice day hike there. Different but equally beautiful scenery. And you are correct, there is much better art in nature.

  • Can we do this exercise without wearing shoes in the room? Because we don’t wear shoes inside the room in our culture not even slippers. Please do reply.

  • Thanks, Ralfy. I really needed to see this tonight. I’ve been working myself too hard, and when I run, I run with earbuds in. As much as I love music, I feel it’s probably interfering with the benefits I might get from a nice long walk.

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  • Probably just an artifact of the fact that faster walking requires an increase in situational processing…people who walk fast force a higher level of brain activity. You are more likely to trip on or bump into something if you don’t step up mental reaction time when walking fast. People who prefer a slower pace may simply be uncomfortable with the higher level of inputs from the flux of stimuli at a higher pace.

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  • I know this is an old video and your thinking may have very well changed, but I felt the need to bother you on one point.

    Natural doesn’t always mean good, and artificial doesn’t always mean bad. After all, there are plenty of naturally poisonous or venomous life forms on Earth, and naturally toxic places (huffing geyser fumes, for instance)! And plenty of artificial chemicals that keep us alive!

    Just my 2 cents 😉 love your videos and very glad I found this channel!

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  • I used to be a distance runner in my youth. But injuries and health issues have stopped me from distance running. Insteady I enjoy walking long distances. It is fantastic and really puts my mind right. It is the best thing you can do for your body, your mind and your spirit. I also enjoy bodyweight training and Yoga.

  • Currently in the middle of my 6 mile walk while listening to you. There’s such peace and calmness in walking that i can’t describe, I just love being in the nature. Thank you, great advice and you speak the truth!

  • I came back to this video during the quarantine period with a fresh perspective. I, like many others, am working from home. I look forward to my walk at the end of the day as a way of recharging myself. I can’t live without it.

  • Love to go for a walk but can’t stand seeing bloody couples joggers etc which i can’t stand and feel worse and depressed plus feeling out of breath sorry

  • I’m a wheelchair user and i often go on long “walks”. I find it incredibly beneficial. One of my favourite routes starts at Luss and i go up to Inverbeg and back, some challenging hills to deal with but the surroundings are worth the effort:-)

  • We can survive ages with no food, just finished a 7 day fast (2 days dry fasted) walked a minimum of 6 miles at 4.5 mph every morning, longest was 14 miles…felt great until the last day when I had next to zero body fat to turn into fuel.
    Walking is a godsend

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  • Omg. I cant belive one can sweat that much by just walking for 30 minutes. I used to do hard exercises that made me really exhausted and i ended up leaving them. I hope i can loose my weight by this workout.

  • I like this walk exercise, i tried it but, I have less knee pain that increased doing this exercise, i liked it very much but i can’t do it

  • Amazing..easy yet effective…when I do other exercises I get so tired but I dnt get tym to sleep and recover..walking is the best for me as I don’t go out much bcos of my kids I am able to do these at home…thanks a lot from an indian muslim women

  • I started to do it today,doing while watching them full of energy,,,the result is, I sweat like never before…hope to continue it everyday,So I can be in my normal weight again…

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  • Quite the idyllic countryside you have there! I make sure to take a 45 min walk outside during almost every lunch break. Really clears the head when you work in an office.

  • Love it, Ralfy. I’m sure you’re aware that what you were describing in the end was not all that dissimilar from mindfulness meditation which is something I love to do on my walks. You’re so right about how the mind and body are linked.

  • I love a walk! While I try not to obsess about any specific goals, I do feel robbed if I can’t get at least an hour in every day. I usually end up with about an hour and a half of movement most days.

  • I enjoy walking and I like the message here Ralfy. All of our seasons offer something to attract the walker to nature. The physical and mental benefits of walking are immense.