10,000 Steps a Day to Your Optimal Weight: Walk Your Way to Better Health

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Bonus Books, Inc., Jan 1, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 257 pages
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Many people do not realize that on a daily basis they probably already walk 900 to 3,000 steps, even if they have a relatively sedentary lifestyle. By incorporating fairly modest changes into their day-to-day routine, people can easily increase their walking count to 10,000 steps. This book shows readers how to do just that. It serves as a tool for those who want to reap all of the rewards of walking. This paperback book includes a FREE pedometer.
  

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This is a great book for those looking to lose weight. I am currently following this program and it is working. There are a lot of good tips in the book for everyone - at any size. If you want to get going on your diet, then consider this book!

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I chose to read this more for the advice on increasing steps than dietary info. The dietary portion seemed to be fat-phobic and does not recognize the some fats are good. It is a good book for helping ... Read full review

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