Walking for Health and Fitness is proud to introduce the audiobook version, and BONUS 39-page Fitness Movement Guide of the popular Walking for Health and Fitness eBook.

This 2-hour 49-minute audiobook is read by the author and allows you to enjoy great walking information while… you’re out walking! 


Included with the audio version of the eBook is a bonus 39-page Fitness Movement Guide to the warm-up, cool-down, stretching, and strength training routines described in the book. 

I felt that just describing the movements in audio version did not do justice to the information I wanted to convey to my audience! 

Benefits of listening to audiobooks include:

  • Multi-Tasking: Audiobooks make it easy to listen to the story or facts being discussed while still being able to engage with other activities. Best feature is that audiobooks can start and stop whenever you want. You can also listen to audiobooks while you are walking!

  • Speed Listening: Many people prefer to listen to audiobooks on 2 times speed as an alternative to speed reading. It sounds more complicated than it is, but you would be surprised how easy it is to listen at a faster speed. Speed listening allows users to make the most of their learning time.

  • It’s soothing: I love being read to. I’m not sure why, but I find it very soothing. In fact, I can’t listen in bed because I’ll fall asleep, it’s so relaxing. 

You’ve walked up to the fork in the road. To the left is the same rough, rocky road you’ve been traveling. To the right is the road fewer people will choose. This road is not harder it’s different. Choosing the right road makes all the difference.

I’m hoping you’ll choose the right road and join me today

Walk on,

What people are saying about Walking for Health and Fitness:

“The act of walking is a simple one that most of us take for granted: it is an action that we do out of necessity to get from one place to another. In this age of convenience, however, it’s also something that is generationally being done less and less, with unfortunate results. 

Frank has taken the simple act of walking and has written about in such a way that makes us conscious of the power of movement. He offers an easy-to-follow plan that creates a real sense of purpose, and urges readers to get back into the primal habit of simply moving. 

Walking for Health and Fitness reminds us that walking is for everyone, and that without a gym membership or fancy athleisure-wear, everybody can take control of their health and wellness, reconnect with nature, and prime their bodies to function at an optimal level.”

-Lauren P. Hasbrouck Heights, NJ