Increase your walking pace to a brisk level. This means walking fast enough to elevate your heart rate but still being able to maintain a conversation.
Incorporate intervals of faster walking or jogging into your routine. For example, walk at a brisk pace for a few minutes, then increase your speed for 30 seconds to 1 minute before returning to your regular pace
Incorporate hills or inclines into your walking route. Walking uphill engages more muscles and increases the intensity of your workout, leading to a higher calorie burn.
Focus on using your arms and engaging your core while walking. Swing your arms naturally, and make sure you're walking with purpose.
Increase the duration of your walks. Gradually extend the time you spend walking each day or each week. Longer walks help burn more calories and contribute to weight loss.
If possible, take walking meetings or phone calls. This is a simple way to incorporate more steps into your day without dedicating specific workout time.