“Shelter in Place” does not mean you’re going to get cited if you set foot outside for some much needed exercise but practice “Social Distancing.”
The real benefits of walking help lessen stress, boosts your brain, makes you happier and helps you connect with others.
When Vivek Murthy was United States’ surgeon general, he “prescribed” a single activity for America to reduce the risk of obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease…Walking.
All physical activity will burn fuel in the muscles and reduce belly fat. Sometimes that fuel is converted fat, which will result in fat and weight loss, if not replaced in our nutrition plans.
Don’t stop taking walks outdoors, but take them when it is cooler – early morning or late evening when it is still light out. Avoid being in direct sunlight as much as possible. Pick walking destinations where there is shade and drink plenty of water to stay hydrated.