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Walking is one of the most natural and beneficial forms of physical exercise. Many people know about this, but few people are aware that we don’t walk proper enough. We can see this from the sole of the shoes that are worn out unevenly, unshaped legs, problems with knees, hips and back. With Secrets of Natural Walking, you will recognize the mistakes and how to correct them.

You will also learn how to walk to tone your body and improve your overall physical health for lasting results.

When your left and right foot is placed too far apart, there is a tendency for your knees be directed inwards and start to shape your legs to be “X” (Knocked Knees) shaped. When your left and right foot is placed too narrow, there is a tendency for the knees to be directed outwards and start to shape your legs to be “O” (Bow Legs).

When your front and back foot is placed too far apart, this may be harmful to the hip and cause the spine to be twisted this may lead to more back, hip and neck problems. Without changing this incorrect way of walking, the problem will always occur although you cure the symptoms through massage / ointment / therapies etc.

Some people are not proportional and specific parts of the body may be more toned than others. Bringing it back to the basics, when the muscles are used it will be toned, when it is not, it will be flabby. The way many people walk, either they are using selective muscles of the body or using their bones to move. Through walking properly, the muscles and muscle fibers are activated and used resulting in a well-toned body.

Many design special exercises that target specific parts of the muscles to be used but how many times can you repeat that a day? And will these positions / repetitions target not only the muscles but also the thousands of muscle fibers that support the muscle itself? It is not done in a natural way, thus not giving the best results.

With Secrets of Natural Walking, we show you the mistakes and how to correct them, to give the best result :)

http://www.natural-walking.com/

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