Learn how to correct one of the 6 Common Walking Problems that limit the benefits you get from exercise walking. Avoid creating repetitive stress injuries that rob you of time, money and fun. Transform walking problems into walking solutions.
3. Twisted Gait to Balanced Gait
The Problem: Most of us have a stronger leg that pushes off harder when we walk.
Correct Poor Push-Off, one of the 6 Common Walking Problems that limit the great benefits you get from your daily walk is easy. Stay tuned each week for simple solutions. Transform walking problems into walking solutions.
2. From Poor Push-Off to Push-Off Power
The Problem: You might think you're pushing off, but you're probably not getting the power and aerobic benefits you easily could.
Learn to correct Overstriding, one of the 6 Common Walking Problems that limit the great benefits you get from your daily walk. Stay tuned each week for simple solutions. Transform walking problems into walking solutions.
1. From Overstriding to Gliding
The Problem: To walk faster, many people take longer steps, overstriding.
Can staying healthy get any easier? Quick and simple tips for getting in your daily dose of walking.
1. Social Walking for Better Results
Walking together is both motivating and fun. Walking in groups helps you stick to your exercise goals according to a recent study led by Anglia Ruskin University. So call a friend, find a partner or join an existing walking group and get out to enjoy the great outdoors.
Learn to Love Stretching
“I feel so good after I stretch," my clients have told me over the years. “But I just don’t stop and do it. I wish I stretched more.”
If this sounds like you, or if you don’t love stretching, this blog might help you build your stretching habit. Stretching is the next best thing to taking a nap.
Heed Nature's Call
As a toddler, you were trained to heed natures’ calls - those inner sensations of a hungry tummy, an active bladder, or the need for sleep. Answer Mother Nature’s call to stretch.
7 Effective Posture Tips from a Somatic Movement Coach
As a diminutive lady facing my mid-seventies, I don’t want to lose height. To keep myself free from sciatic pain I want to maintain the taller, stronger core I’ve built - an inner brace. I’m highly motivated to stay out of pain, to keep my lighter, lifted, and aligned posture.