August 14

Tips Walking for Weight Loss for Women Over 40


Tips for Walking for Weight loss for women over 40 covers all the basics of arm swing, speed and gait, posture, how to prevent low back pain and upper back and neck tension. Learn how to change your gain so you prevent stiffness and soreness in this short tip-rich video.
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Are you tired of settling for weight gain and fatigue just because you’re approaching or have already passed age 50? You can still get in the best shape of your life, no matter your age!

Debra Atkinson – a 39-year fitness veteran and international fitness presenter, Master trainer to personal trainers, and a former (15-year) University Senior Lecturer in Kinesiology – created this channel to share weekly videos for women to help with hormonal changes in menopause, pro aging nutrition, and strength training for women over 50.

Debra is the bestselling author of Hot, Not Bothered; You Still Got It, Girl! The After 50 Fitness Formula For Women, and Navigating Fitness After 50: Your GPS For Choosing Programs and Professionals You Can Trust, and host of the Flipping 50 podcast and Flipping 50 TV. She is a frequent blogger for Huffington Post and an expert contributor on ShareCare.

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  • I love the walking and do quite a bit of it at work. I walk anywhere from 3 to 5 miles a day at work in the operating room. I am a nurse, plus lifting patients, beds, all types of equipment (some very heavy). I also walk on the treadmill at the gym 30 minutes before I do the weights. I am in process of of losing weight but more importantly getting healthy and toning up. The days after I do weights, I let my muscles rest and just walk on the treadmill, if not on call and don’t have to stay late at work. I have a right lower hamstring injury that is a dull pain, chronic tendonitis basically. Do you think a brace would hender the proper walking abilities?

  • Is it ok to use light (1lb) hand weights when walking? Does that give us benefits and arm toning while walking? thank you! Great video!

  • Is zone 1 walking speed good for reducing cortisol and belly fat? Hypothyroidism limits my energy but also caused weight gain.

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