E/TS – Walking Workout

Easy Walking Workout with Upper Body Moves - fit2b.com

What’s a person to do when getting outside for a walk just isn’t happening? While walking in one spot isn’t the same as going for a real walk because there’s no propulsion or hip rotation, a workout like this has many benefits. Adding this fun variety of arm motions to a simple “march in place” can elevate your heart rate nicely and create a low-key total-body cardio routine.

Equipment Needed: Your own body and maybe some hand weights if you want more intensity, but do the routine without any props the first time around.

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We are proud to offer this routine to all participants in the #WalkThankful #Fit2B challenge during the month of November. Get more details on that  >>> here <<<

Beth Learn
Beth Learn

Hi there! I'm the founder and CEO of Fit2B Studio, LLC here at fit2b.com where you are hanging out right now! As you may {or may not} know, we provide home fitness routines and resources for those who wish to get all-over strong starting with their cores! We are your warm up for life, and our mission is "Changing lives one tummy at a time." Why? So you can look better in a swimsuit? Well, that's a lovely side-effect of our workouts, but my heart is to help you be a stronger contributor to your family, community, and world! I believe your core matters because it’s at the middle of you, and you are in the middle of your home which is where your ability to make a difference in this world starts! If your middle is muddled, then everything you’re in the middle of - motherhood, ministry, making dinner (yes I love alliterations) - will be muddled by your middle’s muddling. Say that five times fast. Ha! Anyway, yeah, I live on a little farm in the Pacific Northwest with my husband and two children, 14 chickens, 3 goats, 4 cats, 2 horses, 1 Digory Dog and a Chihuahua named Charlie who is NOT allowed inside for very good reasons. My hobbies include reading very long historical fiction novels, natural homesteading, fermenting foods, race walking, crocheting rag rugs out of t-shirt yarn, a little bit of piano, and OF COURSE lifting heavy things and playing with exercise props! Join me here at Fit2B and find a new perspective on working out that will create lasting changes in your body and mind!

10 thoughts on “E/TS – Walking Workout

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  2. Nikki says:

    I adapted the walking workout today to be done outdoors as I pushed a stroller to the grocery store. I live in the midst of town near Bsu and didn’t care if people thought it was weird to be raising my arms. I did one side at a time since I was pushing a stroller and it was a phenomenal and fun workout. Picked up some eggs and walked home normal for the cool down. I actually felt I needed to eat a bit of protein when I got home because it was such a good work out. Thank you Beth and fit2be!!!

  3. Lauren Torres says:

    I enjoyed this video and actually giggled a little when you reminded us not to actually crush our skulls with our hand weights 🙂

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  6. Kathleen says:

    This is my favorite work out! I live in the country so wifi is slow. Is there a way to download the videos or should I cancel my subscription and get the DVD? Thanks! Love y’all.

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  8. Stacey says:

    This was great! The rotator cuff exercises felt like they were waking up some very sleepy muscles. Thank you! I was laughing a lot in this video~ I love all your comments! They help keep it fun. 🙂

    • Beth Learn
      Beth Learn says:

      I’m glad you like my chatty style. This is more about relationship than membership to me. I really want to connect with my clients even as they connect to their cores. I want you to feel like I’m in this with you, because I am! We all are!

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