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Reaching your fitness goal is a walk in the park

4:55 PM, Jan. 28, 2013
Walking, five times a week for 30 minutes, can be one of the most attainable ways to meet weight loss and fitness goals.
Walking, five times a week for 30 minutes, can be one of the most attainable ways to meet weight loss and fitness goals.
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Let's face it. Walking is a popular low-impact exercise. Now, new iPods are equipped with pedometers, half-marathons are packed with walkers and MapMyWalk.com and other apps can map and measure walking routes. But even with all of these new innovations, you'll still want to pay attention to basics.

The national recommendation for regular physical activity to stay healthy is actually rather attainable. Adults are encouraged to get at least 30 minutes of physical activity five times a week or more. This means that walking the dog, hiking, biking or walking to the metro instead of hailing a ...

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