Whether you’re trying to build your overall wellbeing, or looking to reduce stress, lose weight or make new friends, walking can help you on your way!
Take advantage of a variety of walking opportunities and tips to help you get started this fall:
Week 1: Try a Walking Meditation
Looking for a way to de-stress while being active? Try this simple walking meditation that will leave you more grounded and present with time in your day to spare.
Week 2: Book a Walking Meeting
Just because summer is over, doesn’t mean that we should stay inside. Invite your colleagues for a walking meeting and check two things off your to-do list at once.
Week 3: Explore Campus Walking Groups
Do you enjoy physical activity more within a group? Try joining one of the many walking groups on and around campus, or start your own.
Week 4: Grab a Four-Legged Friend
Dog walking is a great way to be active and reduce stress. Whether you have a pet or borrow one from a friend, the health benefits make this a must try.
Fitting in Fitness is a health series for staff and faculty that shares tips and suggestions on how to increase physical activity.