When shapes, figure or fitness matter, women always wanted to get fit. Women at their 20s don't worry much about their shape, they eat what they please and be as sedentary as a rock with nary an ill effect. But if they continue their merrymaking, and keep it until they reach 30, 40 or 50s they will turn into a grumpy blob at high risk for smorgasbord of nasty diseases.
During 30s, generally women become a lot less active . Then come the babies, complete control of their lives and responsibilities. That's when they tend to gain weight and lose their shapes.
During 40s, women face constant stress, making important decisions about lives and thinking seriously about preventing disease to have longer life for their family most especially.
During 50s, women start to face menopause and an entirely new spectrum of health issues, since body begin producing less estrogen. The ageing process begins to accelerate at 50.
Walking is one way to stay in shape even after 30. It's practical and beneficial at any age and particularly sensible for women in their 30s, 40s and 50s.
* One reason is easy to start, joints are not forced and the impact is reduces by at least a third compared running. And it can increase bone density.
* Walking is all-day energy, can make you fit and energetic throughout the day.
* Walking also protect women from nearly all the chronic diseases that can come along during those years and beyond.
* Walking briskly not only burns kilos while you're hitting the footpath but also after you finish.
* Walking causes your brain to produce mood-elevating beta-endorphins, and may help prevent you from becoming depressed or anxious.
Beyond all, walking can add quality to your life. Any walker will reel off the benefits - self esteem, confidence and positive outlook physically and mentally fit as decades go by. Walking is one best way to stay fit and in shape even after you thirty.