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Recommendation for mens walking shoes..... by [email protected]
It's time to replace my old steeds. I've been wearing a very light pair of Addidas xc running shoes, but they are wore out and are starting to leak. The only other pair I have is a pair of Nike XC shoes that I use for walking the mountain bike trails. I'm looking for something light and with a...
August 25th 03 10:20 PM
by Ferdinand Goldmann Go to last post
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Hello! by Kiki McGaha
I'm new, and trying to get in shape, I have problems with both hips, have started walking one week ago 4 miles a Day, I have some aches, but less, should I continue? increase, decrease? Any input please. Allie.
August 25th 03 01:43 PM
by Kiki McGaha Go to last post
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Total Miles by Cat
I was pretty sedentary before I started working, so now I'm wondering how much walking I'm doing at work... I go up and down two flights of stairs several times a day, plus I'm up and down from my desk, back and forth here and there. I don't walk long distances, but I'm moving around a lot...
August 23rd 03 03:21 PM
by John G. Thomas Go to last post
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Ron Potts on the Appalachian Trail by Steve Dufour
Great article, cute pictures: http://www.worldandi.com/newhome/public/2003/august/mtpub.asp
August 19th 03 03:54 AM
by Steve Dufour Go to last post
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Do Walkers or Joggers need restrooms by Dorothy Wünsch
Dear Runners and Walkers I am helping with a project to determine if lack of outdoor public toilets facilities ever causes someone to cut short a walk or jog. Conversely, has the knowledge of the availability of a restroom along the jog/walk route aided your decision to work-out longer? If yes,...
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August 16th 03 11:46 PM
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August 16th 03 04:19 AM
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Distance walking sandals? by Goldhammer
Hello! I go for 20k walks with a pack on, about twice per week. Presently I wear sandals without socks. That's how I prefer to do it. But there are limitations. I get blister formation and various other pains if I go more than 20 k in a single trip. I walk on bad road conditions: much of
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August 14th 03 11:15 PM
by Walker Go to last post
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Hip Pain by Cat
Hi, I was walking 4 miles a day, then upped it to 5 miles a day. I then had to stop walking completely due to severe hip pain (bursitis) in my left hip. The weather has been hitting over 100 degrees here lately, so I haven't been walking. It looks like we'll be going back to cooler temps for the...
August 14th 03 09:03 AM
by Patep Go to last post
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Heel Pain - Part II by Steve
I first posted about this back in April of 2003. I love exercise walking. For years due to knee problems I didn't walk for exercise, got surgery, and started again. Within 6 weeks I got nasty heel pain. I posted here, found the culprit was probably tight calves/plantar fascitius.
August 12th 03 10:44 PM
by Beverly Go to last post
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Out of shape by SPeacock
A cardio work out is pretty much a cardio work out -- especially for those just starting out. The one way that you can tell that you are getting a cardio work out is that you are breathing heavily...and usually your heart is pounding. The easiest thing to notice is the breathing. A 'good' work...
August 12th 03 08:14 AM
by SPeacock Go to last post
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FA: Garmin etrex and goodies... by -= ®atzofratzo =-
Sorry for the intrusion if it offends anyone. I have a used but well taken care of etrex GPS with belt pouch and handlebar mount for sale. I originally bought it to keep track of how far I walked. You can view it...
August 12th 03 01:32 AM
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Sore hip by Richard Johnson
"Laura" wrote in message ... My name is Laura. I'm new here. I was wondering if someone could help me with something. I've just started walking to get back in shape, roughly 30 to 60 minutes a day (not all at once.)...
August 11th 03 04:54 PM
by Richard Johnson Go to last post
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"Irritating" question..... by [email protected]
Hello everyone, my first post here. I have been avidly power walking for around 5 years now. As you may tell by my name, I am also an avid mountain biker. I've been biking so much this summer that I have neglected my walking, but have recently started back up in full force. This question is...
August 7th 03 04:16 PM
by KAA Go to last post
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Hiking in Glacier by Nada
Has anyone hiked in Glacier National Park? If so, what was your favorite trail? :-) Nada
August 7th 03 12:54 AM
by Nada Go to last post
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getting back into shape by sixx
About 4 years ago, I twisted the muscles in my lower back, i've only started to exercise again. I am experiencing alot of pain in my calfs while on my walks, almost as if i can barely lift my legs. I've tried stretching the calf muscle for about 2 mins on each leg and the pain comes back within...
August 6th 03 06:14 PM
by Nada Go to last post
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Obnoxious pedestrians by Cat
Pardon me if this subject has been discussed to death here (I'm new). I've noticed some environmental hazards while walking in the form of obnoxious humans. We have rolling curbs on all the sidewalks (I'd like to thank the idiot that came up with that idea) which allows anything on wheels to...
August 6th 03 06:12 PM
by Nada Go to last post
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Worms by Cat
Yes, they can't breathe when the ground gets flooded. If there are only a few, I get a small stick and lift them out of harm's way. I hate to see them get squished on the sidewalk (and don't like stepping on them, either). Cat
August 6th 03 06:03 PM
by Nada Go to last post
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August 5th 03 02:21 PM
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Picture Slideshow - Vancouver's Chinatown, NEW by Bill
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August 2nd 03 02:43 AM
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[update] by Nada
Thank you :-) Nada "dsf" sdf wrote in message news:[email protected] Hi I commited myself to walking beginning this year. I was 182 lbs and with a
August 1st 03 11:45 PM
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