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Walking For Weight Loss GPS Helps You Shed Pounds

Walking For Weight Loss GPS Helps You Shed Pounds

November 2, 2017

Quite a few people enjoy walking, and it has definite health benefits. Regular walking improves your cardio health without making a major impact on your joints and muscles. Believe it or not, you can also enjoy weight loss benefits from regular walking workouts. With the help of Walking for Weight Loss GPS on your Apple Watch, you’ll even be able to work the exercise into an interval training program for weight loss.

What Walking For Weight Loss GPS Does

This app incorporates a solo program of interval training developed especially for walkers. It’s a ready-to-use three month training plan, comprised of five to seven workout days each week. Since the majority of the daily workout is a brisk walk, there’s little danger of injuring yourself by following this exercise regimen. Whether you’re in good shape or not really on friendly terms with fitness, this program will be ideal for improving your health.

Walking For Weight Loss GPS is great for indoor or outdoor walks, and it integrates with Apple’s Health App to keep track of your distance traveled, the time you spent exercising, as well as calories burned. In the app on your iPhone, you’re able to see a GPS map of your walks, and you get detailed audio instructions for each session. These can help you make the most of our workout time, ensuring you shed pounds as quickly and safely as possible. The app supports listening to your music, audiobooks, and podcasts while you walk.

Start, Stop, and Monitor Workouts From Apple Watch

On your wrist, Walking For Weight Loss GPS allows you an intuitive, easy-to-use experience from Apple Watch. You can start and stop workout sessions from your Apple Watch, as well as monitor your progress. You can keep track of how long you’ve been walking, when it’s time to warm up or run for a bit, and get a summary of your session at the end. The summary details how many calories you burned, the total length of your workout, and the distance you walked and ran.