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Healthy exercise doesn't have to include wacky gizmos and peculiar positions. Often the easiest fitness improvement you can make is to just add a bit more walking to your schedule.
There are plenty of reasons why, every day, millions of people take to the streets–and the parks, the trails, even the mall. If you're looking to boost your fitness, reduce stress, and manage your weight, walking is a natural choice that really works. In fact, walking just 2,000 extra steps a day, or about a mile, is enough to keep most people from gaining weight, according to research by James O. Hill, Ph.D., director of the Center for Human Nutrition at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver and co-author of The Step Diet Book. “Building a little bit more walking into your day can prevent that 1 to 2 pounds that people tend to gain each year,” Hill says. And while putting one foot in front of the other is simple enough, it helps to have a few tricks of the trade to make your walks more effective …