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Power Walking With Weights. A Comprehensive Look at How Weighted Power Walking Can Boost Fitness, Increase Strength and Enhance Your Quality of Life

"Power walking is better than sex."
— Me

🎉 How Lucky For You!

You've just landed on a blog post where I'll introduce you to the absolute META of fitness exercises. The top of the heap. The cream of the crop. The safest, most efficient, life-changing workout you've never heard of.

Walking. With. Weights.

It's true what they say: "Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated".

Find out how the simple act of walking with hand weights can greatly benefit your physical and mental health (with video tutorials by yours truly!)

What IS Walking?

I bet you never considered walking something worth contemplating.

Walking is what humans evolved to do over the span of hundreds of thousands of years. It's the most optimized type of movement the human body can do. Walking, just as standing upright, are so important for survival, we can do them without any conscious thought: our brains actually developed separate areas, specialized at maintaining our sense of balance, Cerebellum being the prime example. That is how important walking is.

However, "unconscious" control over walking is mostly possible only when no extra load is present on the body. That's because the added weight usually noticeably changes the center of gravity of the combined system.


The good news is that the body and the brain are highly pliable and adaptable. If we keep walking with something moderately heavy regularly, over time we'll get more used to such movement, whereas letting go of the load would make previous weight-free movement easier.

So… If we walk all the time… What if we deliberately introduce challenge to this very activity with the goal of making ordinary walking effortless, and improve our fitness along the way?

That's the idea I'd like to share with you, along with the expected results and explanations, in the hopes that you'll find this activity as compelling and inspiring as I did.