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Switch It Up!




Are you an outside runner or walker? Getting bored? Just switch up your route and walk somewhere new!

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  • I do this too. When I get to the end of my driveway On M-W F I walk to my right for 3 miles on mostly level ground. On T-Th-S I walk to my left and walk a 2-3/4 mile route that is up & down hills with a short straightaway. I see different scenery and meet different people. - by MARYMAC45
  • I am an early morning walker and I enjoy it. Thanks for sharing. - by AMBER461
    emoticon Better yet, find a friend and go on one of their walks. I did, and we had a good time! emoticon - by 1STBUCKETITEM
    I do this regularly. Even when I have to walk the halls. - by PFARRAR65
  • I walk numerous places. Always seem to get a walk in, - by HIMELISSA2007
  • I am a walker and I do switch mines up. - by DELLMEL
  • Great idea! I did this yesterday and I really loved it. emoticon - by MARIANAD2
  • Sounds like it should work. - by LEANMEAN2
    My walk usually involves a destination like the theater, restaurant, or appointment. It doesn't get boring because it is a means to an end. - by VAINVT
    Variety keeps it interesting! emoticon - by IDLETYME
  • I exercise indoors. - by LEANMEAN2
  • Good idea. Thanks for sharing. - by AMBER461
  • Walker - by DELLMEL
  • The more variety the better! There is always something new to see. Feels like fun and not exercise, plus we walk further! - by WHIPPETWALKER
    Good idea, if you get bored. For some reason, I never tire of walking the same route, so I keep it the same. - by VAINVT
  • This is great and adds variety to your workout. When I keep the same routine I bore easily - by ANGELAIRENE
  • Keep your workout routines fresh and it will never feel like work
    - by RJNICHOLS

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