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NORDIC WALKING – An Introduction & How To!

Achieve, Maintain & Restore Mobility & ATTITUDE! Improve Endurance, Strength, Posture, Joint Health & Bone Density WITHOUT increasing perceived exertion!. Easy-to-learn, this activity gets anyone moving & grooving. For lots more info (including free purchase consultation form), check out: www.PolesForMobility.com Walking with poles is an amazing activity for cross training, weight loss and exercise! Walking with ATTITUDE helps to restore spinal rotation which can restore spine function and help general back health.

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Physical Therapist Shows How To Walk Correctly

Instruction Begins: 1:00 Walking Demonstration: 3:07 Visit Rehab and Revive's Website: https://www.rehabandrevive.com/ Rehab and Revive Physical Therapy – We CAN and we WILL get better together! Orange County Physical Therapist and Certified Functional Manual Therapist, Dr. Lin talks about how the hip, the legs, and the arms correlate to proper walking, and how it can help you walk more efficiently. Proper walking helps prevent pain and other chronic injuries. Not all exercises, suggestions, and recommendations presented here […]

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12-Minute Fat Burning Power Walk Home Workout

GET OUR "WALK ON: 21 DAY WEIGHT LOSS PLAN" ON DVD: ‪http://amzn.to/1HVVgyp‬ GET IT ON DIGITAL DOWNLOAD: ‪http://bit.ly/1vEMf76‬ Need a quick energy boost? Trying to rack up a few more steps today? Join certified fitness instructor Jessica Smith for this short, powered up walk that includes a few fun intervals to mix up your steps and get you sweating! Like this walk? Be sure to check out our "Walk On" DVD series available now (on DVD and […]

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How Does Exercise Impact Weight Loss?

Developed and produced by http://www.MechanismsinMedicine.com Animation description: In this animation, we discuss the concept of physical activity and exercise as they relate to obesity. In humans there is a fine balance between energy intake and energy expenditure. Energy intake is in the form of food, and energy expenditure is in the form of the basal metabolic rate and physical activity. The difference between energy intake and energy expenditure is the net energy balance. If intake exceeds expenditure, […]

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City Walk: Walking and Depression

‘Walking is the quickest anti-depressant on the market today,’ reports author and psychologist John Arden, PhD. City Walk is a unique six-part series that reveals the way walking is transforming cities across America, and in the process, re-connecting us to our bodies, our civic values and public space. As the show explores the walkability of these communities, viewers will learn about American history by exploring culturally rich neighborhoods, stunning architecture, monuments and beautiful parks that have helped […]

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Walking for Heart Health: Keep the Beat

American Heart Association Heart Walk participants talk about what walking means to them. Find out how the young and the old, even those with medical conditions, have changed their health–and their lives–by integrating walking into their weekly routine. Plus, discover that you don't have to run a marathon to take steps toward a better life. Get more information at: http://www.everybodywalk.org Friend us on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/everybodywalk Follow us on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/#!/everybodywalk Get familiar with us on […]

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Washington, D.C.: A City Made For Walking

Washington, D.C.'s neighborhoods have seen a huge resurgence in recent years. According to a 2011 study by Walk Score, Washington is the seventh-most walkable city in the country with 80% of residents living in neighborhoods that are not car dependent. Being able to walk, bike or take public transit to one's destination offers innumerable benefits to the community: it makes for healthier lifestyles, keeps money in the local economy and supports the growth of strong traditional neighborhoods. […]

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What I Like About Walking

There are many reasons people walk. Some walk out of choice, others, out of necessity. Why should you start walking? Walking for 30 minutes each day is one of the best things you can do for your body. But beyond the quantifiable benefits, walking also gives you a great chance to reflect about your life, connect with friends and loved ones, and to get up close and personal with your natural environment. Listen to what pedestrians list […]

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City Walk: Side Effects: Heart Health

Each year in the United States 600,000 people die of heart disease. Keeping your heart healthy can be as simple as adding some movement into your daily routine. Research shows that the benefits of walking for at least 30 minutes a day can help you reduce the risk of coronary heart disease. And as the simplest form of exercise, it's hard to make any excuses not to walk toward a healthier heart. http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/ City Walk is a […]

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Walk With Your Doc: Taking Steps for Health

Meet Dr. Michael Rafael Moreno, better known as "Dr. Mike". In 2008 Dr. Mike launched the program "Walk with Your Doc", which started when he offered to walk with a patient to motivate her to exercise. Find out how his inspirational idea has grown into a thriving community. Get more information at: http://www.everybodywalk.org Friend us on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/everybodywalk Follow us on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/#!/everybodywalk Get familiar with us at Pinterest at: http://pinterest.com/everybodywalk/ Join us on Tumblr […]

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