As the days grow longer and the weather warmer, some of you have told me you’re adding an extra walk in your day. Usually after dinner.
The results showed that even these small amounts of walking led to significant reductions in blood sugar levels, particularly after meals.
So, what does this mean for you?
Well, it means that even if you don’t have time to go for a long walk after every meal, you can still reap the benefits of walking by taking a few minutes to walk around your house or office. And, if you’re someone who struggles with blood sugar regulation, incorporating these mini-walks into your day could be especially beneficial.
But, it can be hard to remember to take these mini-walks, especially when you’re busy or distracted by work or other responsibilities. That’s where the 20-Minute quick walk comes in!
This walking audio begins with breath work, reminding you to take a few minutes to walk around, breathe deeply, and focus on the sensations in your body. By doing so, you’ll not only be helping to regulate your blood sugar levels, but you’ll also be reducing stress and improving your overall well-being.
So, if you’re looking for an easy way to incorporate more walking into your day and improve your health in the process, give the 20/20 Quick Walk a try.
The focus during this workout is perceived effort, not pace. It’s a nice mental change to help you enjoy your walk more than when you’re fixated on maintaining a certain time.
It’s a small step that could lead to big benefits.