By Jamie Leach
You might start with a 20 to 30-minute walk at a moderate pace, three to five times a week.
Once you're comfortable with your regular walking routine, it's time to introduce intervals to boost the intensity.
Walking on hilly terrain or using a treadmill with an incline feature can significantly increase the calorie burn and challenge your leg muscles.
Combining strength exercises with walking helps build lean muscle, which can boost your metabolism.
Pay attention to your walking posture. Stand tall, engage your core, and swing your arms naturally.
Use a fitness tracker or smartphone app to keep track of your daily walking workouts. This can help you set goals, monitor your progress, and stay motivated.