Pages tagged with Walking

Pedometers can track our steps and tell us how active we are but do they provide additional benefits?Evidence shows using a pedometer as an intervention can reduce risk of disease and mange chronic disease.
Continue in your walk..Continue your walk......Continue your walk Many stubborn ones will come to stop but you Continue your walk......
I've been living on Tower Hills for so many years, and yet there's still cool places I can discover where I've never been! Fantastic places.
Can some people really not walk anymore, or are they just too lazy? Seems it might be the latter sometimes...
Exercise is vital to your health from the inside out. You can do it! Once your doctor clears you for outdoor fitness, join me in the quest for better health. Cheers to our success!!
Putty is our gray dog. One of those lively dogs, but also one of those in his own dream world. He doesn't respond with fear like other dogs would, when you chastise him. He decides for himself is he's happy or if he wants to look all tail between the legs simply because you are cro...
The disadvantages and advantages of moving become clear quickly when dealing with work, a young child and everything in between.
Lonely Walk We all have to lead a lonely life, just trying to prove we can ,silly isn't it?
Montreal has made many efforts in bringing to the public the issues of Mental Illness. Montreal is a sponsor of International Mental Illness Day. One of the many ways we promote mental illness awareness is our Walk for Mental Health.
Being a Black belter in Taekwondo and a fitness trainer, I compiled a step by step exercise techniques that can be done daily at the comfort of your home.
Sweat is must for everybody, it will removes excess water and toxins from the body. Can get sweat by brisk walking or jogging or exercise. We can fill up the loss of water content in the body due to sweat by drinking excess water nor cool drinks.
Studies are showing that walking for women is a good exercise to ward off a stroke
It is a good practice that the elderly people practice jogging. There is a conventional belief that aging means giving up exercises such as jogging because of joint problems and unforeseen accidents.
Making choices about where to walk can be restrictive for some. Consider these options for your own safety and fitness.
Motivational tips to get you started on a walking programme for fitness and health.
This poem is for anyone who loves walking and always find relief and feel stronger after a walk this is for you if you are on a journey to understand, not that I do but this is a poem of feeling the ground and Gods Love thank you Peace and Love
Hello this poem is a poem of Love and finding our feet its about being true and being who you are how God made you to be. pleas follow the link to watch the video your support would be very apprreciated http://youtu.be/WNIfraLxxUs
This is my personal review of my tom-tom GPS watch
Celebrating ways to find the miraculous in the mundane. Text of a talk I gave at the Greenbelt Festival, Cheltenham, 2007
Notes from a talk given at the Greenbelt Festival, Cheltenham, describing my 2007 walk across Northern England, Hull back home to Liverpool, following the Transpennine motorway, which I called Walking the M62.
My Healing Places retreat material concludes with Session 5, Healing at the frontiers.
Session 4 in the Healing Places series is the possessors at the frontiers. Having reflected previously on the dispossessed, now we turn to the possessors - those to whom much has been given. who have taken possession, taken ownership, taken power - have they used their power and resou...
Healing Places retreat material 3 - The dispossessed at the frontiers.
Healing Places Part 2 - a reflection on frontier places - places of facing newness and change, of feeling vulnerable or uncertain.
A retreat at Bishop's House, Iona, April 2005. Healing places was the theme of a retreat I led at Bishop's House, Iona between 16-21 April 2005. Building on the material I'd then been developing on an urban theology of land.
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