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Im alla bout being fit, healthy and living  balanced lifestyle and of course fit all around.

Keep in mind that some exercise is better than none, but if you want to see a difference on the scale, you’ll need to create a calorie deficit.

“For the average person, walking one mile would burn around seven calories per minute. So, if walking one mile took you 15 minutes, you would burn approximately 105 calories,” Kate Pfeifer, an ACE-certified personal trainer and wellness coach for personal training platform Ladder in Orange County, CA, according to POPSUGAR

“This is why I incorporate a daily step goal into my clients’ routines,” she continued, explaining that if a person were to hit their 10,000 step goal — the equivalent of walking five miles a day — they’d burn on average an extra 3,500 calories per week, which equates to one pound of fat.

Well would you look at that. Get ya butt up and WALK! Count them Calories


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