Nordic Walking May Be The Most Effective Workout For Heart Health, Says New Study

by Jerald Dyson

Functional capacity, to clarify, is the participant’s ability to complete general life activities, so pinpointing a form of exercise that supports this will naturally bolster quality of life and well-being as well. More specifically, participants who engaged in Nordic walking experienced a 19% improvement in functional capacity, while HIIT garnered a 13% improvement, and moderate-to-vigorous continuous training showed a 12% increase. Bottom line: Exercise is good for your health—a shock, we know.


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