Overview of ‘Walk & Tone’ Fitness Program

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If you’ve been thinking of starting a walking program but were hesitant to try, our Walk and Tone workouts are the ones for you. Designed for beginners or those looking for a nice, low-impact cardiovascular routine, each of the workouts in our walking program will get your heart pumping with simple choreography that’s fun but easy-to-follow.

Walking is one of the best low-impact workouts out there, and with Walk and Tone you have an excuse-proof way to get your walks in no matter what the weather is like. This walking program is just the thing to help you burn calories and get fit all while having fun. Each walking workout is set to upbeat music and comes with plenty of encouragement from Chris, who does each routine right along with you. With Walk and Tone, the convenience of walking miles in your home will help you set goals and see results in both your cardio abilities and overall fitness.

But don’t be fooled, this walking program isn’t just a walk in the park! Chris adds some dumbbells to certain workouts to help you build muscle and incorporates fun, yet adaptable moves to add plenty of variety to each workout. Keeping a good pace, Chris will help you get real results and improve your cardio fitness with each walking workout.

Each of the four workouts in our walking program keeps you on your toes and your heart pumping! From Walk and Tone to the Max to our 1 and 2 mile power walks, you’ll burn calories in the blink of an eye all from the comfort of your own home. Whether you’re just starting a workout routine or want fun cardio classes to incorporate into your fitness plans, this walking program will burn calories and tone up your entire body.

All exercises you perform are your own responsibility and you perform them at your own risk. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider before starting any physical exercise, fitness or wellness regiments of any kind.

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