My daughter and I walk for about an hour every day, her in the stroller and me pushing. I'm starting to get used to walking for an hour, no matter which path we take (our city has sidewalks and all). I can't run if my life depended on it (trust me, you don't want to see me running down the street trying to push a stroller), and I can't devote my entire day to walking around town.
So will I still see results even though I'm getting sorta used to walking for an hour?
Answer by VasquezFamily at 7:43 PM on May. 27, 2009
Your muscles get shocked and work harder to burn fat, and build muscle when you start working out. The reason is they're not use to it. You should never do the same workout for more than 6 weeks. You should keep your muscles in 'shock mode' or they will adjust to what you are doing and your body won't work as hard. That's why people hit a plateau usually.
Answer by PinkDiamond717 at 7:44 PM on May. 27, 2009