What kind of weightloss effect does walking have?

My lifestyle is extremely sedentary, and I’ve been noticing the pounds creeping up on me.
What if I walked 3 miles every day, meaning I’d spend one hour of walking every day? Would that make a difference? I could accommodate that by parking the car far enough away from the office.

I should add that I’m not looking at shedding huge amounts of weight, as I’m relatively comfortable with my weight. I just don’t want it to go up any further, or, if possible, I’d like to lower it by about 15% and keep it there.

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4 Responses to “What kind of weightloss effect does walking have?”

  1. Jaylee said:

    The pattern for losing those excess pounds is not difficult – eat less food and move more often – the issues surface when we actually try to put that into operation! There are a lot of opportunities to fail in the big wide world aren’t there?! The sole thing that really worked for me is green tea, it can be viewed in the resource box below, they have a few free trials left, it was featured in Fox News and CNN. I melted away twenty pounds, it really does work!

  2. ASH! oh yeah! said:

    walking is good, thought it is not as good as running and exercise. if you want to keep the weight off try eating a little healthier to accomidate the walks. 🙂

  3. Mr. Angry said:

    not much really, change ur diet, thats key

  4. Franky said:

    If you not eat afterwards a little bit more it helps even to reduce a little bit of weight.

    Franky




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