Low intensity strolling

The definition of strolling is to walk leisurely as inclination directs. Strolling constitutes most of our normal daily walking. It starts as slow as 30 minutes per mile and increases to about 18 minutes per mile at the tip end of its range. The average person stroll along at about 20 to 24 minutes per mile.

Strolling is the pace recommended for most people sho are starting an exercise-walking program from a sedentary state. It is particularly recommended for the obese, cardiac rehabilitation patients, and the elderly.


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