Studies show that making time for a daily 20-minute walk is great for our physical and mental health.
While we love to drive, walking every day can reduce stress, improve sleep and help our overall fitness and mobility – though in today’s fast-paced world, it can be a struggle to carve out the time.
According to charity Living Streets (the creator of National Walking Month), going for a walk is the nation’s favourite way to spend a bank holiday. However, this is far from the case during the rest of the year, with 72% of respondents struggling to walk as little as 20 minutes a day.
To help you build better habits for a healthier lifestyle, we’ve put together and tested our most helpful tips on maintaining a regular walking routine this May. If they pay off, you can keep whacking out your walking boots all year round!