Burn Calories


Now that digital pedometers are instantly everywhere smartwatches, fitness bands, fitness trackers, cell phones accomplishing 10,000 steps a day has become a sort of an obsession. As crazy as it may feel to find yourself walking in your living room late at night to get those last few 100 steps, it is more than a game. A recent study revealed that when it comes to losing weight, taking 10,000 steps a day is just as effective as doing five 30-minute workouts a week. The regular daily activity supports nearly every system in your body. A study found that 35 different chronic health conditions are stimulated by physical inactivity. They vary from heart disease and stroke to depression and constipation. When you get 10,000 steps a day, you take an additional step to protect your health. On the other hand, a day of surfing Amazon Prime and watching Netflix is a…