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Walking Fitness

Sunday, June 09, 2013

I came across a blog of a walking diva who is in the Guinness world book of records for doing so many marathons by walking.

Lightbulb came on for me. I can still get my cardio in by walking, power walking that is. I found a walking club nearby and plan on joining them.

I am a runner within, but right now my body is changing, I'm in my healing process and walking does good to one's soul!
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  • v ZOOMTOWN04
    Love walking! try to get in 2-4 miles,feels good too!Sorry for people how wish they could walk and can't.GOD has blessed me,not going to block my blessing.
    1098 days ago
  • v WALNUT5612
    I like that idea!!!
    1110 days ago
  • v LADYBOUVIER
    I am starting again. Walking in the house to begin. Have a lot of back and hip pain and I'm afraid I'll get too far from house and be in too much pain. Thought would start this way and build up to going out. Love to walk outside! I used to listen to books on tape when I walked and wouldn't allow myself to listen to the story unless I was walking. Great motivator. Especially if a murder mystery! emoticon
    1115 days ago
  • v CYND59
    Walking is very good exercise and it does not take a gym membership. I try to walk or run every day. I have my headphones on listening to contemporary Christian music and it puts me in a good mood while I am exercising.


    1115 days ago
  • v KNH771
    A walking club would be great!
    1115 days ago
  • v BHEALTHY4ME1
    emoticon Keep the ideas coming!!
    1116 days ago
  • v TXPATRIOT
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    Change is a part of life. Happiness is learning to embrace change and excel no matter what!

    Thanks for sharing!
    1116 days ago
  • v IDICEM
    Great way to deal with changes! emoticon
    1116 days ago
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