September Thoughts – WomenWalking Partners enriching community step by step.
Thought of the Moment “A slow walk is better than no walk,” pronounced a new member. The words settled, melding into an “ah-ha” moment. Isn’t a slow walk better than no walk? Yes it is 🙂
!!We’ve Moved!! New site. New structure. New, improved and easy to use.
Our new home is cooler, hipper, more fun, simple and a snap to navigate. Open House Everyday. Come Visit.
Is there a path or trail you’ve noticed and really want to explore but don’t want to go it alone? Just one more reason to walk with a walking partner.
We may start a walk with ideas of how it will be; but we don’t know where it will take us. Begin
You joined for a reason. You like to walk, you’re new to a community, you need inspiration, you’ve had a schedule change, you’d like a walking companion.
For those of you who are active members, yay! Now take another step. Reach out to others and invite them to walk. Those of you who are taking a break or thinking about joining, we invite you to come back. Try again. Be brave. Take a chance.
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Autumn Equinox represents one of a few days during the year when day and night are of equal length, so it’s a great time to focus on balance. For us in the northern hemisphere, finding balance between work and life in celebration of the equinox can be done simply be stepping out for a walk! It’s not just us talking about walking!
The American Heart Association agrees. “… It’s the simplest positive change you can make to effectively improve your heart health. Research has shown that the benefits of walking and moderate physical activity for at least 30 minutes a day can help you: * Reduce the risk of coronary heart disease * Improve blood pressure and blood sugar levels * Improve blood lipid profile * Maintain body weight and lower the risk of obesity * Enhance mental well being * Reduce the risk of osteoporosis * Reduce the risk of breast and colon cancer * Reduce the risk of non-insulin dependent (type 2) diabetes There really are so many benefits for such a simple activity!”
American Heart Association
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