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.
 

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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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