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We spoke to three experts with different approaches so you can Static Contraction Training choose the right method for you. Whether you're time-pressed or want to ease into running, our experts have got you covered. Read More How One Woman Shed 137 Lbs. With Strength Training and Simple Diet Changes The Celebrity Trainer: David Kirsch Kirsch, who has trained the likes of Jennifer Lopez and Kate Upton, believes even the fittest people can benefit from walking more. "From a purely physiological standpoint, walking raises your heart rate and burns calories," he says. "But it's also a great way to increase your mind-body connection, focus on your breath, spend time in nature, meditate, and de-stress." Should you be aiming for 10,000 steps a day? David Kirsch's go-to walking workout: For beginners, it's all about working up to 10,000 steps a day, says Kirsch. That's the preset daily goal on most fitness trackers because it's considered a good target for heart health and weight maintenance. But after you've mastered that, challenge yourself to hit 15,000 to 25,000 daily steps.

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