Healthy for Life Walking Group
Heart Foundation Walking group located in North Nowra (NSW).
Walking Speed: Medium pace
Dog Friendly: Yes
Pram Friendly: Yes
When you have found a Heart Foundation Walking group that suits you best, click through to the website to learn more and complete the registration form. You can contact the Walk Organiser of your chosen group with any questions regarding the group.
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- This activity is provided by Heart Foundation Walking Groups. Contact Heart Foundation Walking Groups for any queries.
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|Undisclosed - Contact Organiser
|Age Group :
|18 to 25, 26 to 35, 36 to 50, 51 to 65, 65+
|Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
About the provider
We want more Australians to walk more often, as it’s one of the best things we can do to protect our hearts.
Here at Heart Foundation Walking we work every day to achieve our goal – an Australia free of heart disease.
We do this by building and supporting a community of walkers.
Our program is Australia’s largest free walking network, and offers Australians multiple ways to walk with us.
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A groundbreaking systematic review and meta-analysis delving into the pace of walking and its link to type 2 diabetes risk has unveiled a compelling association. The study's findings suggest a graded decrease in the likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes with increased walking speed.
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Thinking of walking groups?
Social walking groups can be organized by a variety of organizations, including local parks and recreation departments, walking clubs, and online communities.
The benefits of joining a social walking group are numerous. For one, it can provide a sense of community and motivation, as you have the support and encouragement of others to help you stick to your walking routine. Walking groups can also be a great way to meet new people and make new friends, especially if you are new to an area or looking to expand your social circle.
Need help figuring out where to join a walking group? Search our website to find walking groups nearby.
In terms of structure, social walking groups can vary. Some groups may have a designated leader who plans the route and sets the pace, while others may be more informal, with participants simply showing up and walking together. Some groups may meet regularly, such as once a week, while others may be more sporadic.