I have a lot of friends that are marathon runners. I wonder if they are aware of this trick. This tip is for people who are tired of getting blisters on their heels when they go running, walking or hiking.
In recent years, health advocacy groups have recommended walking a minimum of 10,000 steps a day to stay fit. And although all that pavement-pounding does help keep your weight down, researchers have found it doesn’t make people stronger or improve their balance and agility.
Doctors have been telling us to take at least 10,000 steps a day to stay in shape and prevent health risks, but who has the time? Apparently, the new Striiv pedometer proves that it’s not a question of having time, it’s a question of having the right motivation.