Learn how to burn the fat with our interval walking workout.
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Robin Marino: I am Robin Marino. Womens day's consumer editor, what about you, but I am ready to workout and Leslie Sansone fitness expert is going to show us interval walking to lose weight. Leslie Sansone: Well, interval training is simply taking small doses of brisk walking, then you boosted with the speed walk. Those short intervals that boost the activities speed you right in the way pause. Someone is just getting start today and have five minutes to walk. I take my first minute very slow that you warm up you got to get the body ready for the brisk activity that coming up, you want your body temperature to go up a little bit, you need little fluid in the joints, so you feel good moving so that's flow warm up dose for you. That second minute is that nice little pace which you build up and you know you have just got to increase from the warm up. The real message here is a about the small doses a burst of activity. That's third minute is your boost it's your interval, and that is it's just like you're rising to catch a bus, the bus is leaving you are going to accelerate. But then fourth minute is to bring it back down to that mild paced. We slow it; we slow it and going to breathe again. And then the last minute of the five minutes segment is just simply a cool down, so it's back to the warm up pace again. With the little mini doses a faster walking you can change your body the natural healthy way. Start out five minutes a day, build that to 10 and build it to 15 in 15 minutes you like to get a mild of exercise. 3 times of week for interval walking, is a perfect amount on exercise for you to be on a weight loss goal. So from here walking and fitness tips, be sure to check our womensday.com.
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