Walking to Health

@article{Morris1997WalkingTH,
  title={Walking to Health},
  author={John N Morris and Adrianne E. Hardman},
  journal={Sports Medicine},
  year={1997},
  volume={23},
  pages={306-332}
}
SummaryWalking is a rhythmic, dynamic, aerobic activity of large skeletal muscles that confers the multifarious benefits of this with minimal adverse effects.Walking, faster than customary, and regularly in sufficient quantity into the ‘training zone’ of over 70% of maximal heart rate, develops and sustains physical fitness: the cardiovascular capacity and endurance (stamina) for bodily work and movement in everyday life that also provides reserves for meeting exceptional demands. Muscles of… CONTINUE READING

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