it is very well done. It catches visual and auditory learners. I caught my attention (which is, easily lost...)
and I think its true.
As a person who has walked AND jogged (and when much, much younger, did competitive Rhythmic Gymnastics and before that, dance in multiple areas), I think walking is the safest, and most attainable option for all types and kinds of people. In the end, a combination of my bad conformation and bad jogging technique caused me to aggravate a cumulative trauma injury, which I will be managing for the rest of my life. I had the potential to rehab myself enough to be able to jog again, but with the potential to have bad techniqe and cause so, so many issues (other cumulative trauma injuries, arthritis...) plus my existing issues and the cost of additional physiotherapy if I were to reinjure myself, I've chosen to stick with walking and hopefully, more strenuous hikes.
It is something that I should be able to maintain throughout my life, I can maintain some cardiovascular health (if I'm at a fast enough pace), and I can do it with my dog
I can only please one person per day. Today is not your day, tomorrow doesn't look good either.
"You didn't know of the magical powers of the break stick? It's up there with genies and Harry Potter as far as magic levels go." SisMorphine 01/07/07