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Group Walking rather than a Lonely Practice help Sticking to your Fitness Goals

Group of seniors walking together outside.

Group Walking..

It is easy said than done that you must stick to your routine workout or exercise schedule.  As individuals, we are regularly asked to practice some or the other physical activity. The World Health Organization WHO prescribes 150 minutes of physical activity for the individual everyday in order to stay fit. However, most of us do not stick to the schedules as we feel bored ot lethargic in sticking to it. According to the research, if practiced as a group, it is easy to continue the practice without fail as you are accompanied by your fellow walking group members. As a group, you are get motivated as you compare with the fellow walkers and share information on variety of things. It is this socialization process motivates you to take up this routine. Apart from regular workouts, add greens, protein rich milk, eggs, fruits, nuts and whole grains to reduce calories to hale, healthy and fit.

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