Going for a walk: not only physically beneficial but also mentally invigorating

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Walking is often underestimated, but it is one of the healthiest and most accessible forms of exercise.

According to an article on ZEIT Online that highlights the benefits of walking, this activity is not only physically beneficial but also mentally invigorating and offers the opportunity to socialise while walking.
Otmar Weiß, head of the university course for psychomotor skills at the University of Vienna, emphasises that walking has an optimal effect on all three levels of well-being – physical, mental and social.

At a time when fitness is often equated with the motto “no pain, no gain”, walking offers a gentle but effective alternative.

It can increase your general well-being without you having to exert yourself excessively.

The WHO defines health as physical, mental and social well-being, and in this sense, walking is one of the most meaningful and healthy activities you can do.

Walking is more than just a simple form of exercise; it is an activity that connects people, encourages creativity and helps us to reduce our everyday stress.
It’s time we stopped seeing walking as just getting around but as a powerful practice to promote our holistic health.

  • source: dagens.de/picture: Bild von Tom auf Pixabay
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