Groups of walks (ie free sports)

Groups of walks (ie free sports)

Have you ever heard of "walking groups"? Today I would like to introduce you to a very nice system that will allow you to make new friends and, at the same time, a bit of healthy sport for free!

Have you ever heard of "walking groups"? Today I would like to introduce you to a very nice system that will allow you to make new friends and, at the same time, a bit of healthy free sports activity!

Groups of walks: what are they and how do they work?

The groups of walks are meetings organized by people from the same city with a common need: the desire to get together to take a healthy walk in the streets of their city by exchanging a few words with the participants.

How do they work? The system is really very simple: the people who join, without any commitment or constraint of course, find themselves once or twice a week at a point in their city to start a walk in the company.

I really like the idea because, at a time when everything is now "too social", you can create bonds and good friendships.

In fact, walking together has many advantages: we can do sport at no cost (for an hour of walking around 200 calories are burned), we can walk around our city safely (the group usually consists of many people) and, in last but only by order of quotation, you have the opportunity to meet new people and make new friends.

Nowadays it is possible to find dedicated groups in the most famous social networks where it is feasible to talk with the organizers of the walks and receive some more information.

If you have a Facebook account you can try to ask for information in the group of your city and, if there are no active ones, you can always propose it yourself: walking together is a nice experience. You can learn about new and hidden corners of your city and, if you are on a diet, it is a valid motivation for not losing your "training sessions".

And then, it's all at no cost: why not try it?

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