When it is cold, walking indoors to a video is usually the best choice. It takes 45 minutes to an hour and usually isn't too hard to do.
In the warmer weather, it is a great thing to do with the kids in tow. They can walk (perhaps not as fast as you would like, but it is good for all of you) and you can talk about their day, your day, etc. It is a great time to have a captive audience and they will learn the value of activity early in life.
My grandson is 4 and he walks with his parents. He can walk 2-3 miles without too much difficulty. We have contests to find fire hydrants, birds, cats, dogs, lawn gnomes, etc. He will run ahead to the next brick outcropping and "scare" me. I live in the suburbs, so safety isn't a problem with that.
Make it a positive experience and they will look forward to it. You will also.
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