Where can I get more information about walking?
The Complete Guide to Walking, New and Revised: For Health, Weight Loss, and Fitness, by Mark Fenton
Calories burned in one hour at different body weights
Calories burned per hour
at different body weights
Strolling less than 2 mph, level
Moderate pace about 3 mph
pace about 3.5 mph
brisk pace about 4.5 mph
Moderate pace about 3 mph, uphill
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