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LOL I would have thought it was stupid if I was the one asking it, too, but then when I went to answer you, I really had to think! Ya, it’s not stupid one bit. The answer isn’t obvious. It has to do with your speed and the type of stride you’re taking. Your form is different when you’re jogging than when you’re running. You’re not pro…[Read more]
The best time to do it is when you’re most likely to keep doing it. I like first thing in the morning because the temperature is better and there are fewer people out. Also, it’s done and over with, so I won’t be able to skip it later in the day. But I didn’t always used to do that. I had a buddy and we went right after dinner. So dinnertime,…[Read more]
This week, I can barely force myself to move. If I didn’t schedule a walk every day, I wouldnt’ do anything at all. I’m not sure what’s going on. It’ll be good when I can plant a garden and mow the lawn. That will make all the difference.
I think it depends on how much walking you do and on what surface. I think 8 months is about the absolute max you’d get out of even the best shoe if you’re wearing it all day every day. They would be pretty ruined by the end of that. It also depends on how often they get wet and if you wear good socks with them.
Don’t go cheap. THey just fall off and it’s not worth it. Also, get the coil ones, not the spikes, unless you really are heading out onto tough trails. Otherwise, you’ll find it hard walking on your driveway, garage, or entryway and risk damage to entry mats.
Lately I’ve been feeling down. I don’t feel like moving around at all. I’ve decided not to give in to the feelings. I may not be doing full cardio, pushing myself as hard as I can, like i was a few weeks ago, but I get up every hour and walk around briskly for 5 minutes. It’s not the same, but it’s definitely better than just sitting like I wa…[Read more]
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