The WHO recommends walking 10,000 steps a day.

Not too long ago, saying that you didn't take care of yourself, that you ate what you wanted, that you didn't do any sport and that you stayed at your ideal weight, was synonymous with being blessed with privileged genetics or with a magic wand. Fortunately, that has changed today.

A study by the Spanish Society for Community Nutrition indicates that 30% practice more exercise now than before the pandemic. Today we have within reach of any pocket, devices (watches, activity bracelets or our own mobile phone) that help us see how and how much we move.

Remember that the WHO recommends walking 10,000 steps a day, about seven kilometers. A sedentary person, who does not move at all, walks about 3,000 or 4,000 steps a day. According to health experts, we must triple these daily steps , which means that regardless of day to day, we must be thinking about walking to become active people.

These small gestures can help you:

-Try to walk to as many places as possible.

- Alternate the routes that you usually use, this will not only prevent you from getting bored, but you will also discover things that you probably haven't seen yet.

- If you are someone who needs a car to get to work, park two or three blocks away, those small details will make a difference.

- Schedule, as if it were the most important meeting, a day to do the sport you like.

- It's great to meet friends for a drink, but what if you do some sport first? A game of paddle tennis, tennis, soccer or a walk will make that cane afterward taste like heaven!

Autumn is a perfect season for outdoor sports.

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