Carol Newman is the driving force behind www.biogirlhealth.com, a website designed to help you get the most out of life while getting the energy and vitality needed to enjoy all life has to offer. Each week the BioGirl Health Show teaches how to keep your body healthy inside and out.

In this episode of the BioGirl Health Show, Carol and host Michelle Ward discuss walking for the heart.

How Walking Can Affect Your Health

The episode kicks off with a discussion about the health benefits of walking, especially in regards to how it affects cardiovascular health. During the episode some of the other topics that Michelle and Carol cover include:

  • how to walk as a method of physical fitness
  • some easy way to increase daily walking
  • benefits of walking versus running for fitness
  • and so much more!

How to Get Motivated to Walk More Often

After the long winter many across North America just endured, lots of people are getting outside. Carol shares studies that will also inspire you to get away from the computer and on your feet.

Carol and Michelle wrap up the podcast by discussing some of the negative side effects that technology often has on our health when we overuse it, and how walking can help overcome those ramifications..

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About Carol Newman

Carol Newman is long time advocate for natural and healthy living. Carol is the host of the BioGirl Health Show on Spreaker Web Radio (subscribe), and is dedicated to helping women realize their full potential. She will help you achieve the best possible health and teach you to embrace your inner beauty. Carol invites you to subscribe to her weekly lifestyle podcast and to share your experiences about the BioGirl Health Show on one of the online review sites.