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Intermediate Walking Workouts
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An intelligent way to build up time and not get discouraged or bored!
I love this walking chart. I have copied it and now i have it posted on my computer. Although I do most of my walking inside due to a buckling knee, there are times when I will walk in my neighborhood. Great article. Thanks Coach Jen.
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Love this workout. Start with this walk and follow up with 5 min arm or ab workout in the mornings. How much calories burned with this walking routine?
I consider myself a intermediate walker because I always walk 65 minutes 3mph on the treadmill with no incline. However, I would like to increase my pace as well as add the incline I just dont know how and where to start. This guide seems fairly easy to follow.
Fabulous early morning walk with my husband! We saw no other walkers which has never happened before! Looking fwd to walking with the team!
I will try this to see how I like it. I love to walk.
Wow, I would consider myself a beginner to intermediate walker but I already do about three miles a day, sometimes more. I do hills outside and incline on the treadmill and maintain a good pace. I do want to increase my pace however and have been slowly building up.
This plan seemed like it would have helped me a lot if I wasn't already walking an hour on the treadmill. ha! lol. but I am concerned about my pace I warm up on 2mph and walk for 45 minutes at 2.5mph on a incline of 2. I want to increase my speed however I want to stay on there for an hour.
i am totally motivated to get going tomorrow morning so you'll hear more from me!
Sorry--just read no questions--my bad
So what about a treadmill work out? How can this be incorporated?
I started the 12 week walking program this morning. Day one behind me
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