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Curtis and Jen

Hi from Jennifer, a working mum, & Curtis a working dad. We both love daily walking for fresh air and exercise.

We want to share our love for shoes and our tips for walking and hiking with you.  We do a lot of research to try to help walkers of every kind get the best advice and tips about walking for exercise.

Use the search bar below to find stuff. We love hearing from our readers so please leave us a comment or send us a mail on anything you'd like us to cover via the contact page.



Why You Should Start Walking

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Walk & Get Healthy

Studies have shown, that people who walk on a regular basis have a better heart health than someone who doesn't do any sports.

Moderate intensity walking reduces the risk of high blood pressure and is as effective as jogging but without jarring the joints.

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Walk & Lose Weight

Walking is one of the best ways to lose weight. It's not as taxing on your body as other cardio exercises likes running or weightlifting.

You won't burn as many calories as when you're running, but when you're overweight or have an injury, walking is the better option.


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Walk for Strong Joints

Surprisingly studies show that walking regularly helps reduce the pain from arthritis and even help prevent it. Not only that but walking will strengthen your joints.

The reason is clear – walking makes your body lubricate your joints and strengthen the muscles that help support them too.

Not only that walking will improve your immune system, your digestive system and even reduce the urge to eat sweet things.

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Walk to Be Happier

Have you noticed your good mood after coming home from walking outdoors? Research suggest walking improves mood.

Some researchers suggest, that walking may even treat depression. Walking enables your skin to soak up Vitamin D even if not sunny.

Moderate intensity walking reduces the risk of high blood pressure and is as effective as jogging but without jarring the joints.