speedwalk

speedwalk

(ˈspiːdwɔːk)
n
US an endless conveyor belt or moving walkway used to transport standing persons from place to place
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In addition to tennis, I try to speedwalk or jog 20 miles a week, and I've noticed my blood sugar level does not spike on days when I just speedwalk.
Beginners would be much better advised to initiate themselves by using either a swift stride or faster speedwalk. Before walking, warm up for about five minutes with stretching exercises.
Pumping your arms adds momentum to your speedwalk, but use a relaxed, not exaggerated, arm movement.
When you've finished a speedwalk, don't plop into the nearest armchair, cool down your muscles with about five minutes of slow, easy walking or mild stretching.
If your speedwalk is less strenuous, make it longer to compensate.
To maintain a satisfactory level of fitness, you need to speedwalk three to four times a week.
Speedwalk with a friend to enjoy companionship and conversation.
Their distinctive fifth gait, a sort of equine speedwalk called the tolt, eats up the miles.
Westmont also builds moving walkway "Speedwalks" and "Speedramps."