▪️Interestingly, 50% of a person's bones & 50%  of the muscles, are in the two legs.
Do walk

▪️The largest & strongest joints & bones of the human body are also in the legs.
10K steps / day

▪️Strong bones, strong muscles and flexible   joints form the Iron Triangle that carries the  most important load i.e. the human body."

▪️70% of human activity and burning of energy in one's life is done by the two feet.

▪️Do you know this? When a person is young,   his/ her thighs have enough strength, to lift a  small car of 800 kg !

▪️The foot is the center of body locomotion.

▪️Both the legs together have 50% of the   nerves of the human body, 50% of the blood  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 are healthy then the convention current of blood flows, smoothly, so people who have strong leg muscles will  definitely have a strong heart.

▪️Aging starts from the feet upwards

▪️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 Fertilizer Calcium will sooner or later be lost with the passage of time, making the elderly more  prone to bone fractures.

▪️Bone fractures in the elderly can easily  trigger a series of complications, especially  fatal diseases such as brain thrombosis.

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

▪️ Exercising the legs, is never too late, even  after the age of 60 years.

▪️Although our feet/legs will 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 legs receive sufficient   exercise and to ensure that your leg muscles remain healthy.

Benefits of Walking to the Musjid

It was narrated that Abu Moosa (may Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “The people who will receive the greatest reward for prayer are those who walk the furthest distance to come and pray, then those who walk the next furthest.”
Narrated by Muslim, 662.

This hadeeth and the one before it point to the virtue of living far from the mosque, so that one may take more steps, which will bring reward, the abundance of which depends on how far away one's house is, as well as how often one comes to the mosque.

It was narrated that Ubayy ibn Ka’b (may Allah be pleased with him) said: There was a man, and I do not know of any man who lived further away from the mosque than he did, but he never missed a prayer. It was said – or I said – to him: Why don’t you buy a donkey that you can ride when it is dark or when the sand is too hot? He said: I would not like my house to be next to the mosque. I want my walking to the mosque and my returning when I come back to my family, to be recorded for me. The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Allah has gathered all that (reward) for you.”
Narrated by Muslim, 663.

Look at this great reward from our generous Lord. The hadeeth indicates that the reward is given for the steps taken when returning from the prayer as well as when coming to it. Hence this Sahaabi preferred to walk on foot despite the fact that his house was so far from the mosque.

It was narrated that Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) said: The Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Whoever purifies himself in his house then walks to one of the houses of Allah in order to perform one of the duties enjoined by Allah, for every two steps he takes, one will erase a sin and the other will raise him one degree in status.”
Narrated by Muslim

It was narrated from Buraydah al-Aslami (may Allah be pleased with him) that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said: “Give glad tiding to those who walk to the mosque in darkness, of perfect light on the Day of Resurrection.”
Narrated by Abu Dawood, 561

In addition to these great virtues of walking to the mosque – namely that sins are erased, being raised in status, great reward and perfect light on the Day of Resurrection – there are other important benefits for the body:

Walking to the mosque is a form of exercise in and of itself, which brings innumerable benefits. It plays a major role in strengthening the body and giving energy, by Allah's leave, so that the person will become able to fight disease and sickness.

Walking to the house of Allah every day at certain times will suffice to train the muscles and improve one’s physical condition. Walking to the mosque also plays a role in protecting the body against diseases that are caused by inactivity and sitting too much, above all obesity, because walking helps to get rid of fat.

Walking is also a remedy against heart disease, because it gives the heart – by Allah's leave – the ability to work hard and improve the circulation.

Walking to the mosque is also a remedy for mental exhaustion and thinking too much, because it restores to mind to its natural state and helps one to relax, physically and mentally.

In conclusion, walking to the houses of Allah brings many health benefits, as explained by modern medicine. These are immediate benefits with which Allah blesses His believing slave in this world, when he responds to the call of Allah. And there is a great reward and perfect light in the Hereafter too, in sha Allah.

You should share this important information  with all your 40+years" friends & family members, as everyone is ageing on a daily  basis.
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