I began walking with a work friend several years ago as a way to help maintain my weight. So, instead of going to lunch together, we would walk the track in the RAC. I have really bad allergies, so I rarely walk the Loop. Also, the track is easier on my knees.
My good friend has since retired from UMBC, but I have continued to walk for years now. It really is one the best exercises you can do. It helps to maintain my weight and it’s a great way to break up my day, which can be very hectic and fast-paced. I find that walking can be a great time for reflection as well. So, I consider it a very important part of my day and whenever possible, I spend about 25 minutes during my day taking a brisk walk.
And I’m not alone. Seeing all of the other staff walking is motivating as well.
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Posted on July 14, 2010 1:47 PM | Permalink
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