walking and hiking
What you can do: If you spend long hours in a chair, break it up with short bouts of standing and walking.
What you can do: Be sure half your plate is filled with vegetables; make walking a part of your daily routine.
What you can do: Be active at home, but also carve out a half hour from your day and go for a walk or jog.
What you can do: Work up to walking 45 to 60 minutes at a time several times a week, walking as slowly as you need to.
What you can do: Sneak out for a walk on your lunch break; walk around the block during commercial breaks when you’re watching your favorite TV shows.
What you can do: Find out how to putt with the planet in mind.
What you can do: Find neighbors and friends who want to be part of a walking group, pick up a pedometer, and aim to walk 10,000 steps a day.
What you can do: Make a vitamin D supplement part of your daily routine for full-swing health results.
What you can do: Before you go hiking, buy only the gear you need, and do some easy research to plan a local outing.
What you can do: If you're visiting Boston, a walking trip along the Greenway is a must. Take a train to South Station and cross the street to enter the Dewey Square section.