If you hate exercising, you’re not alone. But instead of giving up exercise like most people do, try exercising. Woggling is fun. Wugging is healthy. And wiggling is a great way to lose weight.
Wogging is a term for an exercise that combines the best of two worlds: walking and jogging. Wogging removes a lot of fat from your body. Wogging firms your lines and makes you feel wonderful. Also, when done regularly and systematically, wogging will prolong your life for many years.
It is generally accepted that there is no better exercise for the body (and the mind!) than walking. But when you walk you only burn about 260 calories per hour. It’s nice but just as effective as other exercises.
On the other hand, when you jog, you burn about 600 calories per hour. But jogging is strenuous, monotonous, and because it’s a high-impact activity, it tends to lead to back, knee, and ankle injuries.
In short, walking is enjoyable and safe, while jogging is boring and can lead to injury.
Considering that most dieters hate doing anything that isn’t fun, they always avoid jogging. And they lose the opportunity to burn calories.
If you belong to the jogging avoidance class, then wogging is the answer for you.
There are two ways to wog. There is the constant wog and the variable wog.
When you do the constant wog, you walk a bit like the Racewalkers do. (If you want to review the technique, there are plenty of helpful videos on You Tube) Use the leg motion of a walker but then swing your arms like a Nordic Walker (Again, check the technique on You Tube). Unlike a Racewalker, your feet leave the ground. You engage your whole body and burn a lot of calories.
When you do the variable wog, you only intermittently change your movement speed. You walk for a while, you stroll for a while, you jog for a while, and you stand your ground for a while. You exercise while having fun.
Actually variable woggling is a lot of fun. You don’t get bored with a monotonous routine.
And having fun is important when you exercise. The more fun you have, the more likely you are to stick with your fitness program.
When it comes down to it, wogging gives you the best of both worlds of walking and jogging. You burn about 520 calories per hour, avoid the injuries that come with jogging, enjoy the scenery, and improve your body condition.
If you’ve never tried woging, the next time you wear your shoes, start with constant woging and go from there.
You may find that it is much more effective and fun than you think.