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Sick of cardio workouts that make you sick? Want to lose fat faster and get fitter the “easy” way? Then you want to listen to this podcast.

If you want to burn calories and lose fat faster without even breaking a sweat, then you’ve come to the right place.

You’re not going to need any special equipment, gadgets, or skills.

You’re not going to need to track your heart rate, time your intervals, or log your miles.

All you’re going to do is something that you’ve been doing every day since you were a toddler, and that you’ll do for the rest of your life.

It’s walking, of course, and while it’s no high-intensity interval training, it deserves more attention than it gets.

That is, it’s not the best way to lose fat rapidly, but it’s definitely the easiest way to burn additional calories and lose weight faster.

So in this episode, you’re going to learn why walking is an “unsung hero” of cardio workouts and how to use it to burn more fat without burning yourself out.

Would you rather read about the easiest cardio workout you can do? Then check out this article!

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