Today we will tell you how you can keep your body fit and make yourself handsome with brisk walking. We will also understand when and how long doing it so that you always look young keep yourself away from diseases.

On this World Health Day, I am going to discuss brisk walking and its multiple health benefits.

Our experts believe that according to the proportion in which you exercise, you also have to take care of your food and drink, but these people are not able to do it. This is the reason that we cannot get the result we want.

Many people manage to keep the ratio balanced. While many people work out for hours, they consume more than 2 Kcalories throughout the day. Because of this, they do not lose weight. If you too are struggling with this problem, then you can resort to a brisk walk. This is an exercise that burns 150 calories daily. Let us know in detail;

What is brisk walking?

Doctors always recommend going on walks. Because it has to be walked normally and anyone can do it. However, a brisk walk is different from normal walking.

In the easiest language, it is the process of walking between normal speed and running at high speed. In this process, you walk faster than the normal speed, in which both your hands and feet are in one rhythm. You have to spend a minimum of 40 minutes for Brisk Walking in the morning preferably.

How to walk briskly?

For this, you use sports shoes. This can give you comfort. Wearing good shoes is very important to walk fast. You can do Brisk Walk Park or on the grounds. It has to be fast, which causes a stretch in all the parts of the body.

If you walk briskly for half an hour every day, then 150 calories will be burnt daily. This gives relief from overweight. You can increase the time period, according to your ability. Along with this, you can also take jogging.

Lets undertstand what are the 22 health benefits of Brisk Walking.

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