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escalator or lift? When was the last time you walked from your house to the market just a few stops away in favour of the bus or train? Today, I want to urge you to get up and really get your body going. I want to change your mindset and get you to start walking. These days, young adults are always busy with projects and school work; thus they lack the time to properly workout. Furthermore, in Tertiary institutions, Junior Colleges and Universities, not a day is allocated for physical education (P.E)...

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Fitness Walking

Fitness Walking One exercise we did in class was the Fat Burning Walk. It can be done daily or on the days your body needs to recover from a more intense exercise. For this work out you are walking at a pace that uses 60-70% of your maximum heart rate. First you start off at an easy pace. After that you stretch and then walk again for another 30-60 minutes. The pace should be easy enough to talk in full sentences, but fast enough that you are breathing harder than usual. Walk at a slower pace...

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Walking Reduces Stress

Walking Reduces Stress Many think the only thing walking can help people with is their physical health. For instance, most people who walk do it to lose weight, or maybe just to be more active in their daily lives. Not many realize that walking can benefit their mental. Walking can put people in a better mood, and it can help clear the tension they are feeling. Overall walking is a really good way to reduce stress. An article titled “Healthy Steps” by Kevin Sykes, from Occupational Health, discusses...

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Running vs. Walking

Running vs. Walking Our society has seemed to be changing in the past decade into a more health conscience society. We are becoming more active and trying to get into shape by exercising. The two traditional types of exercise are walking and running. While running and walking are both great sources of exercise, running burns more calories, but can actually be hazardous for your health. Depending on what your fitness goal is depends on whether you want to run or walk. To decide which you want to...

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Walking and Word Swag

or positively through judgment of everyday actions such as walking, talking, and self-appearance. 2. As aforementioned, the way a person walks or talks may show whether they have swag or not. Someone who would be considered to have swag would walk in a confident and self-assured manner. Key characteristics of such a person’s walking habits are having a straight posture, meticulous foot placing, and a subtle arm sway. In addition to walking habits, smooth-talking teenagers are believed to show swag...

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Walking for Fitness

WALKING FOR FITNESS PROGRAM BY VICTORIA MORRIS HCA 250 WALKING FOR FITNESS PROGRAM The program that I am going to put together is a Walking for Fitness Program. This program is going to be aimed towards the nurses and doctors at St. Mary’s Hospital. The age range is for 25-60 year olds. It doesn’t matter what a person’s language or back ground is because it is open to everyone. In this program there are four goals that one would like to see come out of this program. The first goal...

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Walking and Great Camping Story

exhaustion caught up with her and her mind couldn't think any longer, her uneasy stomach could no keep her up. She didn't wake until the sun was bright. She sat up and looked around again as she hugged her knees. Which way should she walk? She decided walking in any direction was better than sitting here. So she crawled out, stood and headed back the way she had come. Sunlight streaked through the roof of the forest in beautiful beams of light. Sarah did enjoy the woods, she loved camping and this would...

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Folkway: Walking and Natural Motor Skills

and maybe laughter. Understanding my violation how could you blame them, walking backwards is not only a walking folkway it is also dangerous to myself as well as my fellow class mates. As childern we grew up learning to speak a certain language or dress a certain way. When natural motor skills come in to play such as walking and running heading in the forward motion is a judgment of what ought to be. B) As I was walking in reverse I simultaneously looked over my shoulder to see where I was going...

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The General Relationship between Physical Characteristics and Walking Speed

Physical Characteristics and Walking Speed The data gathered from 4 to 5 individuals pertaining to their walking speed was documented in 5 different instances and an average taken to gain a clearer picture of a relationship between the average walking speed of an individual and the impact of physical characteristics between individuals, on walking speed. 1. INTRODUCTION In observing individuals in daily routines, it appears that height, and weight affects the walking speeds of individuals...

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"Walking Away"-For Sean : C Day Lewis

"Walking Away", describes the loss C. D. Lewis feels when taking his son to "[his] first game of football". He feels he is watching his son "go drifting away". He has "had worse partings" yet no parting annoys him as much as this one: "but none that so gnaws at my mind still". Choristers walk a lot. If you've ever wondered how they produce the exquisite sound that is our privilege to enjoy day after day let me tell you they do it by walking. It begins when they walk from the Cathedral School to...

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