Why Walking?

Regular walking is a low impact aerobic activity where the cardio-vascular exercise strengthens the heart and lungs and increases overall fitness. It can help with weight loss, tones up muscles, is good for strengthening bones, and can help boost circulation.

Government health recommendations are to exercise for 30 minutes daily for a minimum of 5 days a week. Like any form of exercise when walking the body releases serotonin - the natural feel good chemical, and also endorphins which give you the natural high at the end of an exercise session.

Walking is a great way to connect with nature. Studies have found being in nature reduces stress levels, enhances psychological wellbeing, and improves mood. So why not join a walk? Making that commitment means you are less likely to cancel, to make excuses and put your plans for exercise off.

Low Impact aerobic activity

Helps with weight loss

Boosts Circulation

Strengthens bones