If you are walking to burn calories and lose weight, you have made an important first step toward a healthier you. Walking can help you lower your blood pressure and reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes and other conditions. With just a few modifications to your walking routine, you can even flatten your belly.
Keep your back straight and your shoulders back. Good posture is extremely important in order to exercise the right muscles. Your abdominal workout should not put strain on your back or neck.
Pull your stomach in without changing the position of your spine. You do not want to hunch your shoulders or curve your back. If it is done correctly, you should feel a slight tightening around your waist. Remember to breathe.
Hold your stomach in for 10 steps, then release it and relax for 10 steps. Repeat five times. Work up to 20 repetitions of five.