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  1. #61
    Quote Originally Posted by tinywater2017 View Post
    I heard that some people lost weights by walking around 10,000 steps per day. Do you consider walking (fast) a kind of workout?
    It factually is. "Workout" doesn't mean "feel sore for the next 2 days". Anything more than sitting in front of your PC is a work out yo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Djuntas View Post
    No, gotta have the heart beat up to 150 at least. Or whatever is your "slightly" sweaty pulse. I run with around 175, so 150 is where things starts getting there.
    You can't get your BPM up to 150 by walking?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Puupi View Post
    You can't get your BPM up to 150 by walking?
    Haven't checked, guess you can.
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  4. #64
    Yes.

    But if you drag your feet and don't get your pulse up? Then no.... Definitely no.

  5. #65
    Quote Originally Posted by Puupi View Post
    You can't get your BPM up to 150 by walking?
    Walking up a long steep hill can do that I guess, depending how fit you are.

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    It all depends on how trained you are. Some people walking can do much more effort than another one sprinting.

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    Today in the European Athletics Championships in Berlin all three Finnish racewalkers were vomiting mid-race and two of them suffered a heat stroke.

    Yeah, totally not a sport. /s

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    If you get your pulse up, sure. All depends on your condition and stamina.
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  9. #69
    Incline walking on a steep incline can definitely be a workout. Its not bad.

  10. #70
    I can’t see getting your heartbeat as high as 150 just by walking, even up a very steep hill.

    I’m lucky to pop 150 on a strenuous bike ride.

    Of course that’s due to years of biking. I suppose you could get to 150 walking if you’re 100+ pounds overweight walking up hill.

  11. #71
    Quote Originally Posted by Understarmor View Post
    body adapts to stimulus, or stresses placed upon it
    I would not consider a real workout, but I there is no reason not to walk though, it is still better than doing nothing. To me the heart has to almost explode, a 150-160 heart rate is what I consider a workout!
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