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Simple Fitness Sunday: Your Own Two Feet

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A few resources for starting a simple walking program:

UK: Walkit.com, the Urban Walking Route Planner, lists walking routes by city, with options like “Point A to Point B,” “Circular,” “Via,” and “direct” or “less busy.” Also contains a wealth of resources on walking for health, walking to school or work, and going green. Great articles and blog no matter where you live.

Los Angeles: 10 Best Walking Neighborhoods on RentedSpaces.com

Midwest: Chicago Park District Walking Trails, complete with maps and mileage counts. Milwaukee Without a Car includes How-To articles for biking, walking, and ride-share, safety tips, and links to trails. Go! St. Louis, “Inspiring Fitness One Step at a Time,” has tips on preparing and training for a marathon, walking for fitness, and a host of personal stories (look for “My Story” under the Getting Started tab) for all the inspiration you’ll ever need.

What area of the world are you in? What area would you like to see covered in a future post? Please comment below.

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