Walking Tips

Wayfinding signage can tell you the length of a path.

Wear cordless headphones or ear buds when walking to avoid getting wrapped in the wire.

Wear walking shoes that fit and are comfortable. It makes your walk more pleasurable.

Walking is good for your heart and your overall health.

Walking on a rough track or road burns more energy than walking on a smooth, flat pavement.

Warm up before walking. Stretch and start walking slowly before increasing your pace.

Walk your dog daily, you both will get something from the experience.

Walk with a friend or a group to be safe.

Walk with good posture. Stand up straight and move your arms.

Take walking shoes on business trips.

Swinging your arms while walking burns more energy has helps to tone muscles.