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Little Leaders School



Walk Walk Walk!!

Both our legs together have 50% of the nerves of the human body, 50% of theblood vessels and 50% of the blood is flowing through them.

It is the largest circulatory network that connects the body.

So, Walk daily

Only when the feet arehealthy then the convention current of blood flows, smoothly, so people whohave strong leg muscles will definitely have a strong heart. Walk.

As a person gets older, the accuracy & speed of transmission of instructions between the brain and the legs decreases, unlike when a person is young.

Please Walk

In addition, the so-called Bone FertilizerCalcium will sooner orlater be lostwith thepassage of time, making theelderly more prone to bone fractures. WALK.

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Bone fractures in the elderlycan easily triggera series of complications, especially fatal diseases such as brain thrombosis.

Did you know that 15% of elderly patients generally, will die max. within a year of a thigh-bone fracture!! Walk daily without fail

Exercisingthe legs, is never too late, even after theage of60 years.

Although our feet/legswill gradually age with time, exercising our feet/ legs is a life-long task.

*Walk 10,000 steps

Only by regular strengthening the legs, one can prevent or reduce further aging. Walk 365 days

Please walk for at least 30-40 minutes daily to ensure that your legsreceive sufficient exercise and to ensure that yourleg muscles remain healthy.

Resource Ref. – Dr Clarence Peter