Walk It Out
To Read the Whole Text, Go To - Walk It Out I did this mini-course on how to walk 6.2 miles a day. This isn’t about walking 6.2 miles a day, it’s about getting to do something repetitively that’s more than you’ve ever done before, and that’s what we are actually talking about here. I’m going to do it with a practical application of walking. Why do you want to walk? Well, I’m just going to take a look at my notes here. Walking is one of the healthiest forms of exercise and its low-impact.
The thing that I like about it, it doesn’t require any commitment. I have a lot of trouble just getting dressed in the morning to get started. It doesn’t require equipment, it requires your two legs and as long as you’re able to actually walk, it requires just getting up and going up and it’s mind clearing. I found that the experiences, whenever I’m trying to work through an issue, I do one of two things. I create a video like this or I just go for a walk and I find out that the problems start to take care of themselves. One of the tips I learned from Kevin Trudeau in one of his video courses is if you look out in the horizon, you’re actually looking out into the future, you’re going to come up with the ideas for the future. It kind of makes sense because the problems that I’ve had in the past are not the problems that I have today. If I can look out into the future ahead of my problems, or I like to use the word challenges better, if I look out ahead of my challenges, that’s when life gets a lot more exciting and a lot more interesting. The other thing about walking is it’s not as taxing on the body is other forms of exercise. Running is great, you can probably burn more calories running, you can probably drop more fat with running, but it’s rough on the knees and you got to know how to do it. You can hurt yourself walking theoretically, but it’s a lot easier form of exercise.
Next video, weâ€™ll talk about my story, my personal story, how I got into the walking of 6.2 miles a day.
Published on May 6, 2013