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Paul Besley 2h
Saturday One of the benefits of living in is the ease of access to open countryside, ancient woodland and river valleys. It is beneficial to young and old alike.
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WalkOneStop Aug 18
All walks are good for the soul. πŸ˜€πŸ’–πŸšΆβ€β™€οΈ
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Aug 13
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Aug 18
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Liz Nelstrop 3h
The upside of travelling a lot is exploring the local footpaths where I stay..
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Aug 20
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Aug 19
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Rornation Aug 16
Seems like lots of people like Jhins swagger walk.. so here's a little vid of the boss himself WALKIN! 🀣
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Antarctic Division 8h
Could you handle a like this? Pat James from filmed fellow expeditioner to in recently. Over the last 6 weeks the speed at Mawson station averaged 75 km/h & for 9 of those days, it was over 100 km/h!
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Hassan Sayeed Aug 18
at an average pace was linked to a 20% reduction in the risk of mortality compared with walking at a slow pace, while walking at a brisk or fast pace was associated with a risk reduction of 24%, according to a new study.
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Aug 19
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Aug 12
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Visit Germany Aug 19
Amazing! Did you know β…“ of is covered in Forest? 🌲🌳 Check out our guide to all the 16 Germany. Perfect πŸ‘ if you , , or just a unique holiday experience πŸ˜ƒ
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Aug 11
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Beth Frates, MD Aug 13
The key to sustaining an program is to select something that you enjoy. You need to find something that is comfortable but that can challenge you too. Even with there are different "levels." You can start by walking slowly + gradually increase speed.
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Alberto Daniel Garza 20h
I was just walking through all the dirt, and without knowing, I discovered some pieces of ice 😱
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Enjoy Nature 🌻+β˜€οΈ=πŸ’› Aug 13
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Sustrans 2h
"Taking long, pointless walks is a good way of clearing your head, of taking all the pieces of yourself and shuffling them back into the right order" - how urban can save humanity, from via
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Mindfulness Wellness Aug 13
Here's Scan showing what Walking can do to the BRAIN
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Around About Britain 27m
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