In this guest blog post, AMBER WILLIAMS, a 44-year-old mom of two teens, reveals how having a personal mission tied to a greater good helped her transform her body.
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Whether you're a beginner, intermediate or advanced walker, watch these videos to learn great tips and workouts.
It may seem like the best equipment to walk off the weight is a comfy pair of sneaks.
Learn how to give yourself a simple foot rub with a tennis ball.
Use these simple strategies to up your calorie burn, drop the pounds, and boost the effectiveness of your walks.
Get inspired by these real women walkers (including two former Walking Challenge participants!) who took strides toward better health.
Don't allow cold weather to put a freeze on your walking plans. Head outside and you'll actually burn more calories than usual since your body has to work harder to stay warm.
These moves for more seasoned stretchers, from Walk at Home fitness trainer Leslie Sansone, were designed to warm you up before your walk or cool it down afterwards.
Crank up your workout with these moves designed by Leslie Sansone, group exercise leader and Walk at Home fitness trainer.
Walking is the most natural exercise, but a little extra know-how can pump up your workout.
Maybe your regular walking routine has become a snooze. Or you haven't budged off the couch because you don't actually believe a stroll will really make a difference.
These moves, for people with some stretching experience, were designed by Walk at Home fitness trainer Leslie Sansone to get your body ready for walking or cool it down afterwards.
These moves, from Walk at Home fitness trainer Leslie Sansone, were designed to prep your body before your walk or cool it down afterwards.
Maybe your regular walking routine has become a snooze. Or you haven't budged off the couch because you don't believe a stroll will really make a difference.
Ready to get slim? Let walking expert Leslie Sansone show you how to trim, tone and strengthen your body with stretches, squats, kicks and more.
Walking is a great way to lose weight and boost heart health, but you may encounter blisters, sore muscles, shin splints, and other aches and pains. The good news?
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