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Though walking is a simple, effective way to start losing weight and to stay healthy, if you want to see the quick outcomes, you'll need to get your steps in every single day and have to take a healthy diet. That's true for flaking any unwanted pounds from your stomach, too, since those inches will come off naturally when you begin losing fat all over. "Proper eating will help you reduce belly fat, while exercise can help you keep it off," Steven McDaniels, an NASM-certified personal trainer, and director of fitness and recreation at Beacon College in Leesburg, FL.

Walking is the easiest exercise of all, you need to walk every day and in return, you can manage your weight. So let us see how-

Steven advised walking for an hour a day or dividing the time into two 30-minute sessions if this is more appropriate for your schedule. The speed at which you see results depends on many factors, including your weight and exercise intensity. For example, according to her, how many calories burned by a 145-pound female is here:

Beginners: About 60-minute walk to 2 miles (slow, session speed) consumes about 200 calories per day.

Intermediate: 3.5 miles per hour (fast pace) 60 minutes walk per day, burning about 250 to 300 calories.

Advanced: Walk 4.5 mph (fast walking), 60 minutes a day, can burn about 350 calories.

Steven explained that because a pound of fat is equivalent to 3,500 calories because this advanced type of person takes about two weeks to burn enough calories to start losing weight. (For others, it will grow a little longer.) Of course, you can take any other steps to help reduce calories - like looking at your part - will speed up this timeline.

Author- Simran Bhatnagar

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