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Wendy Bumgardner

Walking Fit in '14

By December 31, 2013

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If your resolution is to be leaner, faster and stronger, we have free email courses that can help.  I have walking programs and tools to make those resolutions stick.

  • Weight Loss: Walk of Life 10-Week Program
    The goal is to use fitness walking and other exercise as well as better nutrition to get fit, lose fat and feel great. Each day you get a walking and exercise assignment and coaching, nutrition tips and a healthy recipe.
  • Beginners: Let's Get Walking 28-Day Program
    For people who are just getting into walking for fitness, this daily program will get you started right. You will learn proper walking posture and stride and build up slowly to the minimum daily recommendation for walking - 30 minutes a day, 5 days or more a week.
  • Treadmill Walking: Treadmill Workouts 12-Day Program
    Find out how to choose and use a treadmill for your walking workouts in 12 daily lessons.
  • Pedometer Walking: Step Counters 28-Day Program
    A pedometer can be the best and cheapest fitness tool of all to keep you on course. This daily email newsletter has tips to increase your walking steps each day, towards a goal of 10,000 steps per day.
  • Walk a Half Marathon: Half Marathon 16-Week Training Course
    Walking a 13.1 mile half-marathon is a great walking goal, and it is the most popular distance at the big events. This weekly newsletter gives you a walking schedule and training tips as you countdown to your half-marathon. Minimum requirement: able to walk 4 miles comfortably.
  • Walk a Marathon: Marathon 19-Week Training Course
    The marathon is the Mount Everest of walking goals - 26.2 mile or 42 kilometers. This weekly newsletter counts you down towards your marathon, with weekly walking assignments and training tips. Minimum requirement: Able to walk for 8 miles comfortably.
Comments
December 31, 2013 at 8:26 pm
(1) Steve Link says:

If you are walking, running, cycling, or anything else that is measured in miles you can track your mileage along the Appalachian Trail and get some excellent views along the way. This is a free app at http://www.linkemup.us/WalktheAT

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