Amazing Walking Facts & Surf Music w/ Geezart – June 5th 2019



Moving your body daily is so important. Slightly rainy today on the coast so I walked indoors a bit today, June 5th, 2019… my 37th Birthday! Here’s a little video …

18 Comments

  1. Beautiful video my dear friend Geezart 😉 Thank you for sharing ! Have a fantastic week. Greetings & my best wishes to you!

  2. Hi Geezart. Happy belated birthday! ✨🎁 🌹 Thanks for the description below the video. Walking is very good for health and much easier than other training and running. Now I go for a walk with the dogs. Two in one:)). Have a good day.ᕙ(シ)ᕗ (◔‿¬)

  3. Amazingly beautiful and interesting whole video – congratulations! Regards and have a nice day 🙂

  4. Cool video, like # 5 👍
    HAPPY BIRTHDAY GEEZART ! Long time no see.
    Hope you are well. (still subscribed after all these years) 😃

  5. Funny "not to contradict your point here" but right now, I'm suffering from walking which has led me to depression ……. I'll explain …… My nephew always asks me if I need anything like a couple of sweaters or coats and then I'll answer "I need some new runners …. That's what I need" and of course, he doesn't come through and so my neighbor "Harold" offered me a pair of shoes that he doesn't want but they feel more like slippers with absolutely no padding on the heals …… and so I walk a mile everyday to get to my bus for the mission and lately "for the past 2 weeks" I've been limping and walking like an old invalid "I'm currently 60" due to stress on my left Achilles heel ….. and so I went back to my original runners and I found instant relief until I realized that a steel cleat on the heel was now digging into the back of my foot and causing it to bleed "Just a new kind of pain to replace the old one" and so I've switched back to the slippers ……. Well here, I'll copy and paste what he messaged me on Hotmail today …….. "Sorry man, I’ve been really depressed too.
    I was thinking after your appointment you need a haircut I’ll take you wherever. You will feel better trust me." ……….. ??? ……. Trust him? ……. I ask him to take me for SHOES and he offer's instead to take me for a HAIRCUT and that will make me feel better ….. It's amazing how people offer things that they want over what it is that you need.

  6. Peruse the Description box for more info if this type of stuff interests you. Hello Summer Time! Like comment sub4sub Transcription – The body is made to walk. Our bodies function better when we walk. We are healthier in many ways when we walk. Walking 30 minutes a day cuts the rate of people becoming diabetic by more than half and it cuts the risk of people over 60 becoming diabetic by over 70 percent. Walking cuts the risk of stoke by almost half. Waling cuts the risk of heart disease by more than 40 percent. Walking reduces hypertension. The body has over 100 thousand miles of blood vessels. The blood vessels are supple and healthier when we walk. walking cuts the risk of cancer as well as diabetes and stroke. Women who walk have a 20 percent lower likelihood of getting breast cancer and a 31 percent lower risk of getting colon cancer. Women with breast cancer who walk regularly can reduce their recurrence rate and their mortality rate for breast cancer by over 50 percent. The human body works better when we walk. The body resists diseases better when we walk and the body heals faster when we walk. You don't have to walk a lot, 30 minutes a day is enough to have a huge impact on our health. Men who walk 30 minutes a day have a significantly lower level of prostate cancer. Men who do not walk regularly have a 60 percent higher risk of colon cancer. For men with prostate cancer, studies have shown that walkers have a 46 percent lower mortality rate. Walking reduces the risk of both cognitive impairment and dementia. Walking also helps prevent depression and people who walk regularly are more likely to see improvements in their depression. In one study women who were depressed who walk and took medication worked twice as well on the depression level evaluation in 30 days compared to the women who only took medication. Another study shows that depressed people who walk regularly have a significantly higher level of not getting depressed in a week compared to depressed people who did not walk. The body generated positive neurochemicals when we walk. Neurochemicals help us feel good and can make walking an activity that we enjoy. Walking strengthens the heart, walking strengthens the bones and walking improves the circulatory system. Healthy eating is important and very good for you but dieting can sometimes trigger negative neurochemicals and dieting can be hard to do when those neurochemicals are triggered. Walking generates positive neurochemicals. People look forward to walking and enjoy walking and research shows that fit beats fat for many people. Walking half an hour a day has health benefits that can exceed the benefits of losing 20 pounds. When we walk everyday our bodies are healthier and stronger and the benefits can be felt very quickly. A single 30 minute walk can reduce blood pressure by 5 points for over 20 hours. Walking reduces the risk of blood clots in our legs. People who walk regularly have much lower risk of deep vein thrombosis. People who walk are less likely to catch colds, and when people do catch colds walkers have a 46 percent shorter symptom time with their colds. Walking improves the health of our blood as well. Walking is a good booster for high density cholesterol and people with high levels of HDL are less likely to have heart attacks and strokes. Walking speeds up metabolism and it burns calories. Walkers often find that eating habits change and weight lose results from those being changed. Walking significantly reduces the risk of hip fracture and the need for gull stone surgery is 20 – 31 percent lower for walkers. Walking is the right thing to do. The body needs to walk. We don't need to walk a lot, 30 minutes a day makes the body work better and the best news is that the 30 minutes does not have to be done in one lump of time. 2, 15 minute wa….. ( You're welcome, that wasn't copy/pasted ;P )

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