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Six walking methods suitable for middle-aged people

2018-04-24 22:24:19

Walking is the simplest, the most economical, but also the most suitable for human disease prevention and control, fitness and health good way to remind you that walking for three high diseases, obesity, osteoporosis, cervical and lumbar diseases, heart, brain and blood diseases have an auxiliary therapeutic effect...


Fast walking method: Fast walking method is a kind of walking method that is slightly faster than the usual walking speed, generally speaking, walking about 5000 meters per hour, and at the same time with the swing of the arm, 20-30 minutes each time, 2-3 times a week, which can be more practice for healthy people.


Slap walking: Slap walking method is a more traditional and more common way of fitness, that is, when walking, the use of two arms swing and slap to achieve fitness, with the arm to beat the shoulder, chest, abdomen, waist and other parts, this way has the effect of eliminating fatigue, relaxing the tendons and activating the nerves, relieving tension.


Quantitative walking method: Quantitative walking method is to specify the time, distance or amount of walking each time, so as to improve the quality of exercise to achieve fitness. You can stipulate the same walking time and gradually increase the walking distance, which is of certain significance to check and evaluate the effect of your own exercise.


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Walking with music: Walking with music is an effective way to reduce stress and also helps digestion, so it is suitable for half an hour after eating. But listen to the songs do not be those easy to move the music, so people can not help but speed up the pace, but not conducive to digestion, it is best to listen to some melodious and soothing classical music.


Reverse walking: Reverse walking changes the walking habit and direction of the human body, which is conducive to exercising the balance of the human body. The reverse requires the tip of the foot to land first, and then transition to the heel to achieve the purpose of massaging the acupoint meridians of the feet, but the reverse walk time should not be too long, otherwise it is not conducive to health.