Not true. Walking is exercise too, provided you walk at pace of at least 6KMs in 1 Hr. I do jogging too but my legs gives me pain throughout the month.Swimming. Water will support body weight through the principle of buoyancy. J/K
Btw, walking is not really exercise. I mean, i used to walk 6-8km daily and it had no specific effect. Humans are designed to walk naturally. A lot. Running or even jogging on the other hand is good exercise. But may be hard on joints if overweight. Basically anything that gets your heart and respiration rate up and/or makes you sweat can be considered exercise.
I would pick cycling over walking though as the "better" exercise.
I weight 90kg, height 5.9. I also used to be under 80K, but night shifts took toll on my metabolism.How much do you weigh, what is your height and age. Also share you eating habits so that we may help you.
FYI - If it helps, I am 6'3 with weight regulating between 85Kg to 90Kg. I used to be 61Kg with the same height and have been working out for almost 10+ years now so know about a couple of things. Maybe we all can help you.
I do jog 6kms under an hour, but sometimes legs hurt. Also during rainy season, it will be hard to do it (excuses )Cycling or swimming first. When body weight comes down then slowly add jogging.
Does 6km/h get your cardio-vascular rate up? If so it's exercise. Otherwise it's just normal life. Not sedentary, but not exercise either. Since we're talking from the point of losing weight/health benefits.Not true. Walking is exercise too, provided you walk at pace of at least 6KMs in 1 Hr.