How fast does your daughter walk? Are we talking waiting on an 8 year old to keep up with you, or what?
Basically, if you were doing a 10 minute walk purely for exercise, would you do anything different to this walk? Would you walk faster?
Some utilitarian things count as exercise even though you don't do them 'for exercise'. If you put your sweat pants on after you got home and went and did exactly the same 10 minute walk, you'd count that wouldn't you? So why not this one?
Do you have to wait around for the daughter? Cardio really should be sustained in at least 10 minute increments, so if you mean 5 mins to walk there, and 5 mins to walk home, are we talking about a couple of minutes in between where you're resting again?
Edited by: UNIDENT at: 2/15/2013 (22:25)
Deb, in New Zealand