Becky M Hello, I enjoy walking, and want to try to start walking a 4 mile route that I use to do. I know I can do this at least twice a week. Already doing combat fit class 3 times a week that does a 5 minute jog before the class starts.
After a stressful week at work there nothing better than going on an adventure into the back and beyond! Whether you favor rural, mountainous or moorland areas, this tribe is for you! Walking is not only great exercise but it is very rewarding at the same time, so come meet like mined people share your stories, photos, routes and everything else that makes it one of the most relaxing and rewarding hobbies around.
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Esmeralda S Before joining TS I Would encourage mum to walk with me. She's the type of person who didn't walk to places as much and constantly wearing high heels for her young age of 66 I slowly (weaned) convinced her to getting trainers for the first time in her life she's been using them 2x a week for 12 weeks then she got back to permanently wearing heels,. The last 4 months she's been walking everywhere she goes. I'm so proud of her! Now she loves walking. She is a slow walker but she is doing it she's not hopping from one bus for a few stops she walks miles and miles. We are each other's motivators! We take it in turns.
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Laura S Lovely 4.71 mile walk/hike today with my neighbor and her dog. The two of them are great walking/hiking partners!
Martin K Back from a week walking in the Lake District conquering Helvellyn, High Street, Branstree and Harter Fell amongst others. Even better hardly any rain at all.
Dave T Lochalsh Dirty 30 on Saturday 8th June. This is a 30 mile walk in 24 hours in some of the most beautiful areas of Scotland
Hi, I'm new here! So I walk, mostly on weekends, 'cause its easier to get started then. Walking is good. And whats new for me (now it's good time to sit, if You're standing while reading this): I think I just learned to walk CORRECTLY about couple...
Mark J Walking is just as good as running! Without the injuries.
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