12 Week Walk Program

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Jessie1405

Joined: May 10
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Posted: 14 Aug 2012, 08:17
I’m looking for people who would like to join my challenge, “12 Week Walk Program”. This challenge is for beginners who want to increase their strength and endurance through walking. This 12 Week Walk Program is based from the book “The Beginning Runner’s Handbook” by Ian MacNeill & the Sports Medicine Council of British Columbia.

I just started my diet last week and I am a beginner to any exercise program and I would like to find a few people and buddies to join me on this journey. The 12 Week Walk Program is a challenge that is designed for people who haven’t lived an active lifestyle in the past and want to make that change into a beginners exercise program.

The 12 Week Walk Program is a step-by-step method with three sessions per week. Each session is specifically outlined with a particular activity and duration. For example: Week 1: Session # 2 = Walk for 15 minutes at a moderate, normal pace. This program is like having a walking coach in your back pocket. So in closing, I am looking for a few good beginners who would like to join me on this journey on living a more active lifestyle. If this 12 Week Walk Program interests you, please join the challenge.

brennan0608

Joined: Aug 12
Posts: 4

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Posted: 14 Aug 2012, 12:13
I joined this challenge. This is what I need to kick start my weight loss again and get back into shape. I have really slacked for about 5 months now and have regained 20 of my shedded pounds. I cannot believe how easy it was to get out of the habit of working out and eating right. Really looking forward to walking it off!



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