Whenever I come across the words “walking tour” I always think of the poet William Wordsworth. I see him wandering his beloved Lake District, lonely as a cloud, coming upon a field of daffodils. Actually, the walking tour is alive and well in this century and can take several forms.
Ok, I prefer to call them walking shoes, but you know what I mean. ‘Tis the season to tie those tennis shoes on (or even buy a fresh new pair) and get stepping. Not sure where to start? Read on to kick-start your personal running and walking goals.
Walking is a great low-impact exercise that can help you lose weight, lower your blood pressure, lower your cholesterol and improve your mood. If you’ve resolved to get more exercise this year, why not get it in a great location.
Five new DVDs in the Health Information Neighborhood target an older beginner audience with tai chi, yoga for arthritis, walking and two additions to Jane Fonda’s Primetime series.