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Every Body Walk 2014 Review

There’s a well-known saying “When you stop moving, you die”.  The sentiment behind this is to encourage people to keep active and stay moving.  The Every Body Walk app is another tool in the arsenal of getting people healthy and fit through the power of walking.


Turning your smart phone into a pedometer, this app is more than just a simple step walker.  Easy to use ad navigates, this fitness app lets you start, stop and monitor your walk with a simple button.

You can set targets for yourself based on the number of calories you want to burn, the distance you want to walk or the amount of time you want to spend walking.

Designed by the Kaiser Permanente group, they promote healthy living through physical activity (walking) for 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week.

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With a database of thousands of walking paths across the United States available, users can log onto their app and find their next direction.

Users can also create a custom walk route if you have a favorite path you like to take.

With news and resources on walking, fitness tips and inspirational videos and motivation from other walkers, the Every Body Walk app may be one of the most efficient and useful apps available.  Simple interface makes it a breeze to start using.

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Every Body Walk is not a calorie tracker, although there is a feature that allows you to set your walk based on the number of calories that you want to burn.

You can track your walk for future reference, and you can share your walk data with friends via Facebook and Twitter.

This app is perfect for the person who wants to maintain a moderate level of physical activity, without investing in expensive equipment or gear.

Simply start the app at the beginning of your walk and then watch as your fitness level goes up, and your weight goes down.  The clean and simple interface screens make this app a dream to use.

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If you are looking for fitness apps with a lot of bells and whistles, Every Body Walk is not for you.  If, however, you want a simple motivator to track your walking, this app is definitely worth downloading.  Free from the app store, you can be ready to lace up your tennis shoes in minutes.

Fitness is more than just making sure you weigh a specific amount.  Walking 150 hours a week seems like an enormous amount, but when you break it into smaller segments and spread it out over the course of the week, you’ll find that even the busiest of schedules can accommodate it.

Walking is a fun and easy way to not only lose weight, but to strengthen your cardio and your leg muscles.  Grab Fido’s leash, tell your kids to get on their tennis shoes and start your Every Body Walk app.  Not only with your family have a great time exercising with you, but you’ll start seeing the benefits of walking in a short amount of time.


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