Walk The Walk: Most Simplest Yet Powerful Exercise


Turn off your car and go take a walk! It might get you an erection faster than anything else.

In a recent study that involved 140 men ranging from 40 to 75 years of age, those who were sedentary were 10 times more likely to develop erectile dysfunction (ED) than those who were physically active. I’ll bet walking was the last thing on your mind for improving erections. Yet it’s the simplest and easiest thing a man can do. So many studies prove this. Researchers at Duke University studied 178 men at approximately 60 years of age and found that those who walked 30 minutes 4 times a week were 66% less likely to develop ED.

Since heart diseases are linked to erectile dysfunction, whatever is good for your heart is also good for your erection. Keep in mind that how fast you walk is essential. Those who walk about 3 mph are at more risk for heart disease than those who walk about 4mph. Speed up your walking for better erection results!

This precious little item is known as a pedometer. Forget all those bench-presses and exercise machines – this device alone will work magic for you. You can create a fitness log showing how far you walked, calories burned, etc. using the data from your pedometer. It is also a POWERFUL motivator for your everyday exercise. By measuring your steps you can easily see how you are progressing on your goal.

The goal is 10,000 steps per day or the equivalent of 8 kilometers (5 miles). Clinical studies have shown that walking can help you reduce your blood pressure and body mass index (BMI), and increase your physical activity. People who wear a pedometer walk on average one mile farther than those who don’t. If you can’t walk 10,000 steps, start with 1,000 steps and increase little by little until you reach 10,000. 1,000 steps is equivalent to 8 minutes of walking. 10,000 steps will burn 400 calories, which means you could lose 3 pounds a month!

If you are like many who hate jogging, going to the gym, biking, etc., ...

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