Health authorities, including the CDC, recommend at least 150 minutes per week of moderate-intensity exercise . . . and I have found the lunch hour is a perfect time to do so! A daily, brisk, 30-minute walk can not only provide long-term health benefits, but an immediate boost to your brain power for the rest of the day! In 30 minutes you can cover between 1.5 to 2 miles and burn as many as 200 calories. And if you do this daily during your work week, you will have achieved the 150-minute requirement to help combat the health risks of inactivity and obesity! Include the benefit that comes from a perfect opportunity for some prayer and intercession, and how can you go wrong? In fact, today’s walk lent itself to a word of encouragement in that regard. So enjoy! And let’s walk!
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