Leslie Sansone Work Out Video to Walk Away Your Sugar Cravings!


Leslie Sansone, creator of the walk-at-home video series, gives 5 tips on how to walk away your sugar cravings and provides a free walk work-out video!

Hello walkers! Did you know that moving your feet is one of the best ways to get your mind off of sugar cravings? In fact, one study showed that walking for just 15 minutes helped people who were overweight at least temporarily reduce cravings for high-calorie, sugary snacks. Want some fun hacks to get your step count up? Here are five great ways to help you get excited about walking!

1. Love your walking shoes: If I keep my bright neon pink walking shoes near my door it reminds me to walk. How could you pass up putting on neon shoes and going for a stroll? My neon shoes call me to put them on! Also make sure that your feet are comfortable. A pair of comfy shoes will motivate you to pick up your feet and get walking.

2. Walk to your favorite music: My favorite walking song is “Uptown Funk” by Bruno Mars. Turn it on and I’ll walk 500 steps easily.

3. Wear a step counter: Tracking the number of steps you take each day is a great way to motivate yourself to walk more. Add up the number of steps you take every Sunday and push yourself to beat that number the next week.

4. Walk your kids to school: Take a look at the things you do each day. Could you walk instead of drive? Walking your kiddos to school is a wonderful way to spend time with them while getting in your steps. Don’t have little ones? How about arriving ten minutes early to an appointment and walking around the parking lot or block? Just getting in a few more steps here or there throughout the day really adds up.

5. Walk while you’re on the phone: Pace your home or office while you’re on a conference call. Or, dial up an old friend you haven’t talked to and walk around your living room or backyard while you catch up.

Get more tips from Leslie Sansone and her WALK at Home fitness program here.

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5 thoughts on “Leslie Sansone Work Out Video to Walk Away Your Sugar Cravings!

  1. Muneeba Samsodien

    Thank you so much for your wonderful walking programmes. I have just turned 50 and find it difficult keeping up with more extreme exercises. Finding your walking workouts have been a blessing. I can choose 1,2 or 3 mile walk – whichever catches my fancy on a given day, and I never find excuses not to exercise anymore. So once again, thank you for sharing your programme with the world – I live in Cape Town, South Africa.

  2. Marlene Steele

    HI Leslie!

    I have enjoyed your walking tapes over the years! They are very inspiring to me! I don’t think you have changed in YEARS! How do you do that?????
    In many of your videos i see WALK ON clothing. Where can I get that?

    Thanks and keep Walking!

  3. Sarah Meijer

    Hi dear Leslie !!!!

    My name is Sarah Meijer am Swedish and living in Sweden but borned in Iran. I would like to pass you my appreciation about your very privileged 3 Miles Walking indoor program. I always have been following by me. I am 59 years old and kind of healthy life style had. I worked as actress and dance and Yoga was my hobby or a part of my life that I couldn’t be with. But in November I got to know I have been Diagnosed that I have Alzheimer. Since first of November 2016. Well I shared it with my single child who she lives in U.S.A in Minnesota
    She is wonderful person who was my most beautiful and succeeded love life project in my life as a single mom who I was and still
    I am very privileged to have a daughter like Aida and the beautiful life, Aida (My daughter) and your program supporting me now for focusing on moving as much as I can.
    I really appreciate it and you know somebody from Sweden pass you love with all my positive energies to you and your team.
    I am wondering why Alzheimer as an illness didn’t take place the list that I have seen on your website. Am just wondering

    Wish you all best and my regards to you all

    Sarah Meijer


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