1. Faster walkers ‘are more likely to live longer than those who trudge along’  The Sun
  2. Faster walkers live longer, regardless of weight  Treehugger
  3. Love walking fast? Speed can determine how long you will live  Economic Times
  4. Fast walkers could live 15 years longer than dawdlers, study claims  Daily Mail
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RESEARCHERS found that those with a fast walking pace - i.e. 3mph - had a longer life expectancy regardless of their body weight or obesity status. For the first time, findings such as these 'suggest that perhaps physical fitness is a better indicator of life expectancy than BMI'.FASTER walkers are more likely to live longer, researchers say. And the theory holds true regardless of body weight or obesity status. Brisk walkers hit speeds of 3mph — about 100 steps a minute an…

Faster walkers 'are more likely to live longer than those who trudge along'

A new study finds a significant difference in life expectancy correlated to walking speed, across all levels of BMIs.A new study finds a significant difference in life expectancy correlated to walking speed, across all levels of BMIs.

Faster walkers live longer, regardless of weight | TreeHugger

Researchers at Leicester University found women who walked briskly had a life expectancy of 86.7 to 87.8 years old, and men who kept up the pace had a life expectancy of 85.2 to 86.8.Researchers at Leicester University found women who walked briskly had a life expectancy of 86.7 to 87.8 years old, and men who kept up the pace had a life expectancy of 85.2 to 86.8.

Fast walkers could live 15 years longer than dawdlers, study claims | Daily Mail Online

Slow walkers are at higher risk of heart-related disease compared to the general population.Slow walkers are at higher risk of heart-related disease compared to the general population.

Love walking fast? Speed can determine how long you will live - The Economic Times