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Walk Around the Equator

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Walk Around the Equator

The average person takes somewhere between 8,000 and 10,000 steps every single day…that’s 115,000 miles over a lifetime, the equivalent of walking 5 times around the equator! So why not step it up a bit and shoot for 6 times around the equator! Your cells will love you for it… Here’s a tip to get started: When out and about, take the stairs instead of the elevator or escalator.

Most of us know that movement benefits our muscles as well as our cardiovascular system. But did you know that motion also helps our bodies pump vital fluids throughout the body? Motion also contributes to nutrition distribution and waste removal. Some cells and tissues experience little direct circulation. Instead, they receive nutrition and have waste products removed through the physical compression that happens with motion and exercise. So keep your cells happy by stepping up your game and keeping it moving.