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According to the NHS, adults should be doing at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activity a week. Walking counts towards this weekly exercise goal, and can help you build stamina and improve cardiovascular health – but you have to make sure you’re going at a “brisk” pace.
Other experts conclude that a daily walk of at least 30 minutes is the best way to increase cardiovascular fitness, help to strengthen your bones and boost muscle endurance and power.
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