Proper Walking Techniques

Walking is a sport that is cheap, safe and great fun when done together friends, couples or families. And never underestimate the walk, not least because the benefits we can get from “just” a walk. Walking can not only help maintain health in a person’s body, but also the easiest exercise to do. And as a sport that holds the title of ‘The easiest thing to do’, does not mean the sport has no risk and the appropriate ways in the implementation. This sport has a few things to note with both for the sake of getting the maximum result of work for the body. Things that need to be well include: the shape of the body during this exercise, the parts like the neck to the head, all have an important role in maintaining the health of the body. And if there is a mistake made in the implementation, then the impact on the body would not be maximal. For further details, you can find out shortly after this:

Head, neck, and shoulders. In order not to get tired, keep the neck and shoulder muscles remain in a relaxed condition. Position the head erect and eyes looking forward.

Hand. Make sure the elbow is always at an angle of 90 degree, Let the hand move relaxed, not rigid. Movement forward and back, but still meeting the left and right side of the body.

Body. Rotate your hips back and forth while walking along the rhythm of our walk, the faster the move, the faster turnover.

Leg. Walk by dragging your feet will throw a lot more energy. In order to go further and longer, try the foot is always lifted starting the heel to toes.

According to Hippocrates, Walking is the best medicine for Humans. so you should make this sport in the right way from head to toes. Because our bodies has the continuity that are interconnected with one another. If one of continuity can not be executed properly, it will affect other parts of the body. For example, if you’re too much in front of the computer for a long time, then not only your eyes and your head just to feel tired, but the whole body will feel sore. Or when you are cold, then you can not think properly as you do normally.

The benefits of walking were not small. The first, minimize the risk of cancer. According to Drs. Lifang Hou, scientists from the National Cancer Institute in Bethesda, Maryland, walking, jogging, cycling, all of which can reduce the risk of colon cancer, which is important to do every day and continuously. Besides the bonus earned in addition to avoid cancer is to increase immunity. Detoxification that occurs when our bodies drenched in sweat, can enhance the immune system.

Second, keep the heart healthy. At the feet and hands feel stiff, sore joints, and cold fingertips, it could be a sign of blood circulation is not smooth. Things like this should not be underestimated. Because the blocked blood vessels will disrupts the work of the heart.

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