In the 21st century we’ve become quite sedentary, and our livelihood no longer requires us to physically work, we do the mental work all day, and sit while we are on the job.  No physical activity interferes with our preprogrammed way of living.
As we go about our busy lives, our fitness needs do not often come to mind.  In fact, probably the only thought that is given to our fitness needs relates to the 15 pounds we think we need to lose.
Unfortunately, we simply do not want to devote the time it would take to condition our bodies.  We would rather sit on the coach and tune in to the latest reality show or hit television series, than devote thirty minutes each day to our health.
 The problem is that our bodies still function just like our grandfather’s needed.  But we’ve changed the process, our bodies haven’t. Learning to incorporate fitness into our daily routine is where the biggest obstacle to fitness is placed. 
We still need to keep physically fit, If not through our work, we need recreational routines to accomplish that task.  It will keep us healthy, running at top speed, and feeling great!
Walking is one of the easiest, cheapest and most productive forms of exercise that causes a tremendous increase in our energy levels.  The benefit seen from adding just 20 minutes of walking to your daily routine are unbelievable.
For the individual trying to lose weight, the benefits of walking far exceed an infringement on personal time, or detraction from television time that occurs.  Not only is it good for your body, when you’re trying to cut back, it gives you something constructive to do with your time.  Exercise also decreases our hunger pangs, increases our fluid intake, and helps our blood to circulate much better.

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