Establishing a Fitness Goal

  • Tue 16th Apr 2019 - 11:17am
    Why is it important to have a body rhythm when you walk? 30×30 Total Transformation When a person holds their head straight and laying softly on their shoulders, swinging their arms in a rhythm without any effort the feet will follow. A walker has the flow of rhythm at that time. Your spine is happy because you have the proper posture in walking. Until you have felt the rhythm of a good walk in your own muscles, and the physical activity of a brisk walkout in your own mind and body, you do not know what you have been missing. I know when I get the rhythm going I am able to step quicker giving me speed and a comfortable posture; which causes no pain. It is also important to get the right shoes and socks when you venture out to work on your body rhythm. When done properly our bodies are built for action and movement and it reaches its highest state of physical activity in the act of walking. Whatever style of walking you choose, you can quickly create the rhythm even if you are power walking. When a person trains for a marathon, the important step to remember is to keep a consistent pace in your stride. What they are saying is to get your rhythm going and keep it consistent to reach that finish line with a big smile. Cardiovascular training is one of the most important aspects to living a healthy and athletic life, but it's also one of the most dreaded forms of exercise, even for elite athletes. If you were to take a poll of your friends and colleagues and ask them what their least favorite form of exercise is, cardio would more than likely end up near the top of the list. Stomach is another one that will probably appear in your top three, but that will have to be addressed in another writing because the ink in this article is reserved strictly for cardio, often called aerobic or endurance training.

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