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    Is a simple leisurely walk enough for LISS?

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    I have a park by my house with a walk path around it. Twice around is a mile and on days I lift I usually take a 30 minute stroll around the park immediately after my workout. I usually get 3 times around and a bit more in 30 minutes. Is this enough for LISS? should i be going faster or possibly slower for the max benefit?

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    It all depends on your heart rate and it is tough to tell you definitively because people are different (i.e. what may increase my heart rate to 50% max may not be the same for you and vice versa).

    Mr. Sisson recommends keeping your heart rate under 70% for low impact activities so assuming you are doing this on your walks then you're fine.

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