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Old June 15, 2017, 06:30 PM
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Default Re: Walking regularly is good for you!

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Hi,

I make sure to walk regularly now... It's good (and easy to do) exercise...

Every smartphone pretty much has a pedometer built in, which will count your steps. You can download apps to use it... That's what I use...

I'm counting my steps all throughout the day, and I try to reach at least 6000 to 7000 steps per day.

What I find is that, if I have a day with very few steps, I actually feel pretty crappy. Making sure I do the steps makes me feel better (and I'm healthier as a result)...!

I am generally monitoring my steps during the day... If I haven't done much walking yet, I'll figure out a way to do some walking. If I need to do any supermarket shopping, I might do that - which will increase my steps. If I'm going somewhere, I might not park super close by, but a little further away, so I get more walking in. I might find a nice place to wander around during a break, like a nice park, or an interesting area with stores and restaurants, which will also increase my steps!

Bad weather can sometimes be a problem... Shopping malls and supermarkets are some places you can get some walking done, protected from the weather. I also recently joined a gym (after much "persuasion" by my wife), so far I've mostly used the treadmill (though I plan to explore the rest of the equipment in good time)...

Best wishes,

Dien

Dien,

If I remember correctly you are in Sydney. Why don't you go over to the Dulwich Hill Anglican church and ask for Father Dave. Tell him Tom sent you and you want to get in shape. And, while there, ask him about Binacrombie and the activities he holds at the camp. You will be so fit we won't recognize you. He is an active IMer plus a world wide known entity. I bet you two would become great friends that day.
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