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Why Walk?

Walking is an easy form of exercise and does not cost a lot. It provides many benefits and has a very low risk of injury. Check the benefits/goals you wish to get from walking.

•  Have more energy

•  Feel better

•  Look better

•  Burn calories

•  Lose weight

•  Maintain a healthy weight

•  Relieve tension and stress

•  Build stamina

•  Increase muscle tone

•  Improve heart health and lung health

•  Lower risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and some cancers

•  Help treat arthritis, heart disease, depression, diabetes, and/or high blood pressure

•  Slow down bone loss (osteoporosis)

•  Improve balance and lower the risk of falling

WalkWell™ Tracker

Use this tracker to:

•  Write down your weekly walking goals.

•  Assist you in meeting your goals.

•  Learn about proper walking technique.

•  Keep a walking and weight record for 52 weeks.

How Do I Get Started

Walking Program

Walking Record

Make multiple copies of this page or download the "Print on Demand" for a tracking journal.

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