Walking for Health and Fitness -The eBook

  • Need to start exercising but not confident on how to start?

  • Does the thought of joining a gym intimidate you?

  • Have you ever thought, “can walking really get me in shape?”

  • If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then you’ll love Walking for Health and Fitness! 

An Investment in Yourself!

Doctor’s visits, prescriptions, lost time at work and the lessened quality of life due to preventable illness all add up to a significant sum of time and money. 

As you go through this eBook, look at your time and effort as an investment in yourself. 

Let me repeat that: As you go through this eBook, look at your time and effort as an investment in yourself. 

What could be better than that? Your health, happiness, and life depend on it!


Walking for Health

and fitness

This 143-page eBook will give you the latest information about how walking is the easiest way to get in shape and stay in shape!


1. Feel confident with my clear concise information to get you out the door and quickly on your way to good health and fitness

2. Easy to read and apply the Walking for Health and Fitness strategy to getting in shape

3. Learn my easy plan-of-action to get you to take action

4. Learn the right way to warm up and avoid injury

5. Learn how to stay motivated even on the toughest days

The Information contained in this book may cause you to feel better than you have ever felt in your entire life! 
Symptoms Include:
A broader smile, happier disposition, brighter outlook on life, and general feelings of bliss…proceed with wild abandon!

Walking for Health and Fitness - The eBook

I have good news for you: good health and fitness just became easy! I promise you that a month from now, you will feel better than you do today! There are many ways to get yourself in shape, but walking will give you the most “bang for the buck”!

Walking is gentle on the body and soothing to the mind. Walking allows you to experience the physical sensation of movement and the mind-expanding feeling that comes through physical activity.


You’ve just stepped into your home; a healthy glow lights up your face as you’ve just walked for 30 minutes straight. The scent of the crisp fresh morning air follows you into your living room. You feel reinvigorated and more alive than you have in years; Who knew walking could have such a powerful impact on your life?


Why the Sedentary Lifestyle is Dangerous

By definition, the sedentary lifestyle is characterized by spending a majority of your time sitting or lying down with little or no exercise. Some experts consider this as dangerous as smoking. 

“If it’s to be, it’s up to me”.
— Dr. Dennis Waitley

We sit when we eat breakfast, sit for the morning commute, most of us sit at a desk all day, sit for lunch, sit for the evening commute, sit for dinner, sit for television or computer time. 

Then, we end our day by lying down and sleeping for 6 to 8 hours every evening.

What You Can Do to Improve Your Health and Fitness

Walking is by far the easiest and most effective way to take care of your health. A daily 30-minute walk will improve your cardiovascular health, reduce excess body fat, strengthen bones, and enhance muscle performance!


The doctor glances at your medical chart; looks up at you, then quickly back to the chart. “How can this be? I don’t know what you’re doing but the results are amazing. Let’s cut your blood pressure medication in half and retest you in 6 months!”


For people who may be predisposed to certain health conditions, walking can reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, arthritis, osteoporosis, back issues, Alzheimer’s disease, and other dementias.

Walking is also an antidote for being overweight and obese. These conditions are known to increase blood pressure, and high blood pressure is the leading cause of strokes. 

Excess weight also increases your chances of developing other problems linked to strokes, including high cholesterol, high blood sugar, and heart disease.

Obesity is one of the biggest drivers of preventable chronic diseases and healthcare costs in the United States. Currently, estimates for these costs range from $147 billion to nearly $210 billion per year.

In addition, obesity is associated with job absenteeism, costing approximately $4.3 billion annually.

Obesity causes lower productivity while at work, costing employers $506 per obese worker per year.

How You Can Help Yourself

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!

What people are saying about Walking for Health and Fitness:

“Walking for Health and Fitness has given me both the education and motivation I never even knew I was missing! I work close to 9+ hrs, where sitting at a desk all day would leave me with barely any energy to cook dinner. Now, whether it be “pleasure walking” or “high intensity walking”, it keeps me energized and definitely helps me de-stress after a long day.  I make sure to start or end each day with these very important steps. Thanks again for opening my eyes to all the benefits walking can bring!”

-Leanne T. Queens, NY