Walking may be one of the most powerful “medicines” available.
It can help lower your risk of heart disease, cancer, and diabetes, lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and even keep your memory sharp.
The simple activity of walking has so many powerful health benefits, the experts at Harvard Medical School created Walking for Health
. This special report takes you step-by-step from why walking may be the most perfect exercise, to how to get started on a walking program, to specific walking workouts.
Send for this report now and discover:
Why a short post-meal walk is a great way to lower blood glucose levels
How to walk downhill without hurting your knees
The walking mistake that can strain your upper back and neck
5 simple ways to turn your walk into a heart-pumping workout
Why all-cotton socks may give you blisters (choose the type on page 18 instead)
The 2-in-1 walking workout that strengthens your upper body while you walk
And so much more!
Plus, you’ll get 5 great walking workouts and a special section on walking for weight loss that show you:
6 exercises that help you strengthen key walking muscles, post-walk stretches that help increase your flexibility and range of motion, how to burn 25% more calories when you walk, and so much more.
Gregory D. Curfman, M.D.
Editor in Chief, Harvard Health Publishing
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