It’s no secret that the benefits of regular walking are many—improving heart rate and blood pressure, releasing stress, maintaining (or losing) weight, enhancing mood, feeling energetic. And you don’t need a gym membership, expensive equipment or even a lot of time to get started. Walking is one of the easiest ways to put you—and keep you—on the path to better health. Before starting any new exercise regimen, though, be sure to talk with your doctor to determine if it’s the right activity for you.
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