Stepping Out - Mature Adults:  Be Healthy, Walk Safely
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How Do I Maintain My Physical Independence? How Do I Maintain My Physical Independence? margin spacer 2
How Much Time Do I Need To Invest? How Much Time Do I Need To Invest? margin spacer 2
What Are The Keys to Staying Fit? What Are The Keys to Staying Fit? margin spacer 2
The Positive Health Rewards From Walking The Positive Health Rewards From Walking margin spacer 2
How Does Walking Fit My Lifestyle? How Does Walking Fit My Lifestyle? margin spacer 2
Locating Expert Exercise Advisors Locating Expert Exercise Advisors margin spacer 2
How Do I Stay Motivated? How Do I Stay Motivated? margin spacer 2
Getting Started Safely Getting Started Safely margin spacer 2
What Are The Safety Considerations As I Get Older? What Are The Safety Considerations As I Get Older? margin spacer 2
What If My Neighborhood Is Not A Safe Place To Walk What If My Neighborhood Is Not A Safe Place To Walk? margin spacer 2
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The good news is that it only takes three to four hours of walking each week to show significant physical improvement. Research suggests that even light to moderate exercise, if done consistently, can slow the effects of aging, reduce stress, improve stamina, and enhance mental and physical health. Novice walkers are rewarded within the first month, while some experienced walkers report that their health is better than the average 40 year old.

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