Some of us will say they’re going to quit smoking, lose some of that unwanted weight, or just try to live a healthier lifestyle in some form or fashion.
How about WALKING? You say you do that every day? Maybe, but do you walk for your health?
When I googled “Walking for health and fitness” I received over 5 million results for my search. Evidently it’s really, really good for you. On the first result page alone I saw comments about weight loss, getting healthy, having more energy, heart disease, reducing breast and colon cancer risks, type II diabetes, and increasing brain concentration. WOW!
I found a website called walking.about.com/ that appears to cover just about everything you could think of pertaining to walking for your health. It even has a section for beginners.
Now, I’d like to talk about your choice of walking shoes (and yes, you will need walking shoes that are used only for walking).
|FREETIME (Shown in Mocha)|
Also Available in: White, Black,
Bone, Teak and Charcoal Nubuck
|TIME OUT (Shown in Walnut)|
Also Available in Black.
These two styles are designed to fit and follow the shape of your foot and are made on an exclusive SAS® Walking Shoe Last. They are designed with a broad base, so that your foot has solid support underneath. They have wide and deep toe boxes so your toes have plenty of movement room and won’t be cramped. They have a firm wraparound heel counter for stability. They have cushions under the ball of your feet and the heels (your main pressure points).
Each comes with a removable insole that literally moulds to the foot. These insoles can be easily removed to accommodate Orthotics. They are lightweight and well ventilated.
Always remember to have your feet measured and fitted by a professional. The size and shape of your feet change from year to year. Also remember that you don't have to wait until the first of the year to make a resolution.