Intervals are quick bursts of speed. Incorporate them into your walking workout to burn fat and build endurance, speed and recovery. Watch this video to learn how.
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Easy Exercises: Mom Workout Videos
Walking Power Intervals 1
Walking Power Intervals 2
Watch this video to learn more about incorporating intervals into your walking workout.
Anatomy of a High Knee March
Add some variety to your walk with this high knee march. Watch this video to learn how.
How to Do a Side Squat
Add variety to your walk while you tone and strengthen your body by adding side squats. Watch this video to learn how to do this simple move.
What Makes a Power Walk: Beginner
Beginners can learn how to turn their walks into power walks by watching this video.
What Makes a Power Walk: Intermediate
Intermediate walkers can watch this video to learn how to perfect their power walks.
Brisk Walk Alternative: Intermediate
Pump up your normal walking workout with this intermediate brisk walk. Watch our video to get the moves.
Brisk Walk Alternative: Beginner
Watch this video to learn an alternative workout for beginner walkers.
This exercise targets your core, biceps and back. Watch this video to learn the proper form.
This move targets and strengthens your core, biceps and back. Watch the video to learn the proper form.
Push-Up to Balance
Strengthen your chest, triceps, biceps, core and butt with this move. Watch the video to learn more.
The plié kick strengthens your legs and butt. Watch the video to learn the move.
This move targets and strengthens your legs and butt. Watch the video to learn how to do it.
This move targets and strengthens your legs, butt and shoulders. Watch the video to learn the proper form.
Originally published in December 2012 on FamilyCircle.com.
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