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Walk in Place Exercises

I'm so glad you've decided to join me again for today's Health Talk post. Walking, for me, is the least boring of all exercises. As I said in a previous post, I walk from one end of the house to the other and back several times a day. If it's a nice day, I enjoy a powerwalk outside. But it's also fun to walk in place. That's probably the easiest way for me to walk, because as I've also mentioned, I sit most of the time to craft, write, transcribe, etc. I take frequent breaks, so walking in place is one way I will spend those breaks.

Today, Coach Natasha is showing us a few of her fancy moves in this 10-minute video. I'll admit that I can't mimic a couple of the moves. So, for those, I just keep my legs moving, either marching in place or walking from side to side or forward and backward. 

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image courtesy of Danielle Rice via Unsplash

As with all the other Health Talk videos that I show you, there are longer videos you can exercise to as you and your doctor feel you're able to do more. The great thing about walking in place is you can do it almost anywhere you have a few square feet available. AND it can be done outside as well as inside. No more rainy-day or it's-too-cold or it's-too-hot or there's-no-place-to-walk excuses. Walk in place!

Have a blessed and healthy day,




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