How to walk faster and burn more calories

Taking big steps can actually put your knee and hip joints at risk of injury. —

I like to walk, especially after the sun sets, but the intention is not to exercise.

The slower pace of the evening walk has a calming effect on my sometimes frazzled brain.

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