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Features a walking journal to help track your progress
Set a steady pace toward health and fitness with this fun and easy guide Walking is one of the easiest and most effective ways to exercise, whether you're a senior, mom-to-be, or you're looking for a low-impact, low-cost alternative to jogging or the gym. This friendly guide explains stride by stride how to maximize the cardiovascular benefits of walking and set up a personalized fitness walking program.
Discover how to: Develop a customized fitness walking routine Set up goals and track your progress Select the right shoes and accessories Stretch, warm up, and cool down Integrate advanced activities hikes, walk-runs, and races Avoid common injuries
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I bought this book as a gift for my wife who recently bought a treadmill. I think the "for Dummies" series are some of the best
books I've ever read. Read more
learned a lot from this book great help for me thanks. Easy to understand and move through. enjoy sharing with friends.Published on April 10, 2012 by Doreen Armitage
GREAT BOOK! I purchased two of these books since my daughter (who had just had her second child) and I decided to begin a walking program for better health and fitness. Read morePublished on June 10, 2011 by charlestonlady
I don't know what I expected, but there wasn't much there. I think that most everyone knows the stuff that's in there. Maybe motivation is what I was after and didn't get it.Published on October 22, 2001 by "elmuncy"
NOT AS GOOD AS I HAD HOPED, AS I HAD NOT HAD A BAD "FOR DUMMIES" BOOK IN THE PAST.Published on September 10, 2001 by Rebecca J. Stanford