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Beginner's Guide to Running for Weight Loss

Beginner's Guide to Running for Weight Loss | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
Running is a great way to lose weight. Countless women and men have shed excess pounds and kept them off with the aid of this simple form of exercise. Success is not guaranteed, however. A sensible...
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10 Things to Stop Doing if You Want to Walk Off Weight

10 Things to Stop Doing if You Want to Walk Off Weight | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
If you want to walk off weight, here are ten things to stop doing in order to make your walking more effective for weight loss.
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So You Want to Start...Working Out in the Morning

So You Want to Start...Working Out in the Morning | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
Running before the sun rises or 6AM burpee bootcamp can be tough for anyone to get out of bed for, even us "morning people", but if you want to start working out in the AM, here are some tips and t...
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How to Make Running a Habit In 11 Simple Steps - RUNNER'S BLUEPRINT

How to Make Running a Habit In 11 Simple Steps - RUNNER'S BLUEPRINT | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
The 11 Steps for Making Running a Habit for Life

In today’s post I’m going to share with you some of the lessons I learned about building a successful running—and exercise—habit for life. So here are some practical tips on how to make running a habit and stick with it for the long haul.
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5k training plans - Training - Race for Life - Cancer Research UK

5k training plans -  Training - Race for Life - Cancer Research UK | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
Enter your local Race for Life today and help us show cancer that hell hath no fury like a woman in pink.
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Walk Your Way to Better Health

Walk Your Way to Better Health | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
Ever think you can’t make any progress just by walking? We’re here to tell you that is just not true. Check out all the benefits one foot in front of more »
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Health: Learn How to Stretch - CaryCitizen

Health: Learn How to Stretch - CaryCitizen | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
Do you take time to stretch regularly? Most of us understand the importance of regular exercise, but we often neglect flexibility training and stretching.
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5 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Walk or Run - Investing in Fitness

5 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Walk or Run  - Investing in Fitness | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
Today I motivated myself to walk by having a destination in mind. Click to find out 4 other ways you can motivate yourself to walk or run.
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Harriette Thompson, 92, is trying to become oldest woman to run a marathon

Harriette Thompson, 92, is trying to become oldest woman to run a marathon | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
What have YOU done today???
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The 30-Day Walking Challenge

The 30-Day Walking Challenge | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
What is it about fitness walking that makes it more “successful” than other exercise? Part of it is the simplicity. By putting one foot in front of the other, you can not only walk off weight, but ...
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Top 10 Things You Should Never Say to a Walker

Top 10 Things You Should Never Say to a Walker | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
Walkers get irritated by comments about their walking. Sometimes these are blatant insults, but often they are just misguided. Here are ten things not to say to a walker.
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5 Ways a Daily Walk Can Improve Your Life | Fitness Freedom Magazine

5 Ways a Daily Walk Can Improve Your Life | Fitness Freedom Magazine | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
5 ways a walk can improve your life, not only the physical benefits but mental benfits to.
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10 Ways to De-Stress in 5 Minutes or Less Slideshow

10 Ways to De-Stress in 5 Minutes or Less Slideshow | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
10 Ways to De-Stress in 5 Minutes or Less Slideshow
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10k training plans - Training - Race for Life - Cancer Research UK

10k training plans -  Training - Race for Life - Cancer Research UK | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
Enter your local Race for Life today and help us show cancer that hell hath no fury like a woman in pink.
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5 Ways to Make Walking More Wonderful

5 Ways to Make Walking More Wonderful | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
Whether you have been walking for years or are just getting started, making your walking time more enjoyable can help you stay more motivated to stick with it over the long haul!
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Why You Must Clean Your Earbuds ASAP - and How

Why You Must Clean Your Earbuds ASAP - and How | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
You probably use your earbuds all day - during your commute to work, work itself, and your commute home. As many times as you pull them in and out of your bag, you probably don't think often enough about keeping them clean.
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Want to Start Exercising? These 5 Tips Can Help You Prevent Injury - Health Hub from Cleveland Clinic

Want to Start Exercising? These 5 Tips Can Help You Prevent Injury - Health Hub from Cleveland Clinic | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
If you're in an exercise rut, remember it's not too late to start moving. Find five expert tips to getting started as well as insights about whether you're experiencing normal soreness or possible injury.
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A beginner's guide to the art of hiking - Lonely Planet

A beginner's guide to the art of hiking - Lonely Planet | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
Read A beginner's guide to the art of hiking by Lonely Planet
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How Can I Burn More Calories In The Same Amount Of Time? | Caldera Spas

How Can I Burn More Calories In The Same Amount Of Time? | Caldera Spas | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to burn more calories. Just walk faster.
A 2006 study in the British Journal of Sports Medicine shows that walkers in their fifties burned 25% more calories when they increased their walking speed a mere half mile per hour from 3.6 mph to 4.1 mph (as reported in More Magazine (Michelle Stanten). 
The number of calories burned increases dramatically with just small increases in speed. Add another half mile per hour from 4.1 to 4.6 and the effect burns 32 percent more calories.
The critical pace to reach and exceed is 4 mph, according to Mark Fenton, walking guru and former Olympic speed walker. For every tenth you add beyond 4 mph, the caloric burn advantage begins to cascade. Exceed 5 mph, you burn more calories than if you were running. That’s because running leaves you temporarily airborne, creating a pause in energy output, and your landing provides a spring for the next step. Fast walking requires steady muscular effort at every stage of movement.
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Fitbit, Social Media and the Internet of Things

Fitbit, Social Media and the Internet of Things | One Step at a Time | Scoop.it
This blog post tells a story about how complex concept like the Internet of Things can make a lot more sense, and be a lot more successful, if we think about them in the context of real lives and apply a social element to them.
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