Today, we’ll be discussing even more reasons as to why you should be putting one foot in front of the other every chance you get. Lower interest rates for tracking your steps is only the start of the benefits.
With that in mind, always remember that FitnessBank is here to reward your diligence when it comes to your steps. That’s why we have our own app that not only helps you track your steps; the interest rate on your account with us will decline at the same time.
As we discussed in an earlier article, the benefits of walking are great for your health. It reinforces your heart health, along with the rest of your body’s health. It helps to build up your stamina, and keep you moving for longer without tiring out.
While it may seem like a menial task, those steps do eventually add up. Things like sick days, or that overwhelming feeling, may even come fewer and further between the more active you stay in this regard.
When tracking your steps, make sure to put as much effort into establishing a proper form. This may also seem trivial, but it is in fact very important. Having an improper form when walking can lead to minor aches and pains that affect you well beyond that individual walk.
Even worse, a poor form can lead to lasting or severe physical issues, including major injury. Injuries to your feet are even more of a concern as they impact the rest of your mobility. Avoid this altogether by paying close attention to your form and making corrections where needed.
Another great way to ensure your steps and keep things in check is to have a solid plan for your cardio. Knowing your steps before you take them is key. Try charting out a course for your walk ahead of time.
Have more questions for the team here at FitnessBank? Don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Our contact page is always open for any and all inquiries. We’re committed to helping you find your way to better finances, and better health