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Walking For Fitness

Make Every Step Count

Nina Barough

Paperback

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Description

Discover the benefits of power walking and take simple steps to boost your energy levels with Walking for Fitness. Whether you want to include walking in your workout regimen or simply want to be more active and reach the recommended 10,000 steps a day, this collection of strategies can help you maximize the benefits of fitness walking.

Seven 12-week-long walking programs target a range of goals, from weight loss to completing a marathon. Step-by-step photographs demonstrate correct techniques, and stretching and strengthening exercises are explained to complement your walking program and help you improve your overall well-being.

Now revised and updated, Walking for Fitness provides you with everything you need to achieve good health, increased vitality, and weight loss.

No matter your age or fitness level, make every step count with Walking for Fitness.

DK, 9781465458889, 192pp.

Publication Date: December 6, 2016



About the Author

Nina Barough has always been intrigued by the relationship and balance between the mind and body, and finds power walking a wonderful way of achieving this, while maintaining her passion for good health and fitness. She has been a vegetarian from a young age and has studied both massage and Reiki. For many years, she ran her own successful production company. In 1996 her life changed when she had the idea of power walking the New York City marathon wearing a customized bra in order to raise money and awareness for breast cancer research. The idea became a reality, and the charity Walk the Walk was born. Only months later, she was diagnosed with breast cancer, and her holistic knowledge and attitude toward health care played a vital part in her approach toward the treatment and recovery process. Walk the Walk Worldwide follows her philosophy of life by encouraging people to take more responsibility for their well-being and to recognize their own potential for good health. Barough was awarded a CBE in recognition of her charitable work.