Walking is an overlooked exercise because people prefer something more rigorous but walking is one exercise you should start paying attention to.
Walking can help your brain flow: Research shows that every step you take sends impact to your arteries which sends more blood flow to your body including brain. They speculate that walking more could improve cognitive performance and increase well-being.
It protects you from heart failure: The increased blood rate strengthens your heart, associated with a lower risk, but the biggest benefits were from those who combined all three, walking briskly for at least 40 minutes two or three times a week.
Walking eases back pain: A long walk might be just antidote for an aching back. A 20-minute stroll to a 40-minute walk, was just as effective for pain relief as an expensive strengthening rehab program.
It can lift your mood: Walking can make you happier because exercise sends endorphins to your brain and nerves making you instantly optimistic.