A 10-year follow-up study of 96 post menopausal women who had started a walking-for-exercise program in an earlier study and 100 post menopausal women who hadnt started an exercise walking program suggest that making walking part of your exercise plan may increase your overall activity level, which in turn may increase health benefits you reap.
Women who walked for exercise were more likely to report participating in other sports and types of exercise, rated their health better, and had lower rates of chronic disease than women who had not started a regular routine.
This significant sex difference was identified for all the racial/ethnic subpopulations and students in grades 10, 11, and 12.
Overall, Hispanic students (36.7%) were significantly more likely than white and black students (29.2% and 24.9%, respectively) to consider themselves overweight.
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