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March 11, 2010


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Paul Hoderlein

One thing that I would like to know is the following. How fast are you walking during your walking breaks? Obviously it is not at a slow pace but once you are past a certain speed, it becomes easier to run as walking becomes quite inefficient. I just don't know what the happy medium is.

Mario Alix

To only lose 10-20 seconds a mile, what pace should we walk? It seems a very fast walk.

Jeff Galloway

Mario: It depends on the person, as each person walks a different pace. You'll want to experiment to see what works for you.

Remember that when you are walking you are still moving forward.

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