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Can I Support a Walk for Lupus Now Walk If There's No Walk in My Area? by Duane P. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:12pm It's Friday everyone! Woohoo! Hopefully, you've all had a great week. It's been really busy here. The Spring 2008 issue of Lupus Now magazine is about to come out. So next week you can expect to see an entry about that. I'm still buzzing over last night's LOST. To quote my friend Carlea ... holy moly. The concept of time travel ... Read on »
Walk Walk Walk by Chris D. Patient Expert Posted Sun 16 Nov 2008 5:23pm I woke up this morning and walked for 1 hr/40 min. I measured it with the car after, and it added up to six miles! This was the same scary walk that I took in the dark a couple of weeks ago. It was much nicer with daylight! I hope I can move tomorrow. My goals this week are to stay on a healthy eating path, drink plenty of water, and ... Read on »
Walk, Walk, Walk To Make Fitness Easier! by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 06 Jul 2009 5:33pm 1 Comment Walk, walk, walk and walk some more and you will make getting fit and staying fit much easier! You don't have to wait until "your workout" to exercise. You have plenty of opportunities during the day to walk..... Keep your walking/running shoes with you! Walk as much as possible during the day! Take advantage of every opportunity to walk. This ... Read on »
Walk, Walk, Walk, Swim by Kel Posted Sat 21 Aug 2010 9:21pm Bridgette walks more every day. Addendum. Bridgette walks more every day that she wants to walk at all. And when she doesn't walk, she crawls faster than ever. We're very pleased by her progress. She walked all the way across the parking lot from Chili's to our car, wearing Daddy's work badge around her neck. Just as ... Read on »
-The Farmer's Walk, Rack Walk, and Overhead Walk- by Sarah Rippel Posted Fri 18 Jan 2013 12:00am Reblogged from RIPPEL EFFECT FITNESS: Walking.  Most people do it.  Those of us who exercise do it without much thought.  Why would anyone who's already reached a good level of conditioning add "walking" to their program?  I mean, walking is easy.  I can hear it're asking, "how in the heck is it going to do anyt ... Read on »
Walking the walk by WellnessPossibilities Patient ExpertHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sun 23 May 2010 7:59pm By Carol Harblin (CHHC) A part of living to our fullest potential we have to find our truest self. Our true self is not wrapped in a "fancy" degree or in a 5-bedroom house or a top of the line computer or brand new car - those things are merely material, they aren't a part of WHO we are. Being who we are and finding our authentic self is ... Read on »
Walk #31 A Walk With Henry David... by Allan Stellar Posted Sat 31 Jan 2009 12:00am Walk Duration: 1 hour 15 Minutes... I read through H. D. Thoreau's essay: "Walking" last night. This was published after his death, in 1862 in Harper's Magazine. Some of his best quotes are found within this essay, which was adapted from a set of traveling lectures he did in the 1850's. H. D. walked four to five h ... Read on »
Rick Rubin, The Music Man : Walk the Walk by Peter A. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 11 Sep 2008 3:52pm Tom Wilson from NYC, has this to say about the NY Times Magazine's feature on music producer & meditator Rick Rubin : " Rubin wants to push Columbia Records into going "green" by eliminating the plastic jewel boxes that contain the CDs it sells - presumably because he is concerned about the environment. Yet he drives a Range Rover ( a gas ... Read on »
The Honda Walking Robots – Help for those having Trouble Walking by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 16 Apr 2009 11:53pm These are 2 interesting devices with videos on each one.  The second one is a bit more difficult to put on.  The first device is lighter and basically offers support for moving around, while the second device is more of a support system.  Both are very interesting and shoot the first one looks good to me, only 6 pounds, so not real heavy and the ... Read on »