Everett Chiropractic Center Blog

January 8, 2014

Walking

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I have commented on walking from a number of different angles in the past. I made some recommendations about how to get the most out of your walk. And I’ve talked about it from the standpoint of your feet and the neurology involved – make sure that you have good feet and ankles before attempting any walks in shoes that are not supportive. And, of course, it’s a short strength of the imagination to go from “walking” to hikingđŸ™‚

The point of mentioning that is to reiterate my common theme of don’t over due it: start where you are and slowly increase the demands on your body.

Here is another reason to consider this simple, safe and effective way to regain your health.

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  1. […] have mentioned walking here a time or two. I have also distinguished functional exercise from what would be not-so-functional (yeah, […]

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