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One of the most rewarding things for the Walk with Attitude team is receiving and reading all the incredible testimonials.

We truly appreciate all the wonderful comments and support.

Thank you!

Kate, Jackie and and the Team @ Walking with Attitude

Take a look at what our members are saying...


RMagda
Joined yesterday for the second time and decided to finish this time. I have signed up for the 10.000 steps a day which I feel I will be able to accomplish. I start out the day with walking on the beach for 1/2 mile, accumulate steps during the day and then do a "walk at home' program which 1-5 miles, of course I am wearing my pedometer to count the steps. I am looking forward, hoping to get the trophy that I have chosen. I like your program very much, I will certainly tell my friend about that.
RMagda, BS
I was out of action for some months. I had no motivation, and was making excuses. The main reason I wasn't walking was because I had to leave my sick dog tied up, who loved to walk. She fretted so much when I left her at home. Many months passed, and I said my goodbyes to our little dog, but still I made no effort to change my attitude. My previous level of fitness was gone. So I decided to let those excuses go, get them out of my head. I have made a personal commitment to re-energise my happiness, reduce stress and drop a dress size. I am now on my way. Yes, walking on one's own is just as enjoyable, listening to the sounds of nature, but, more importantly, it's "ALL FOR ME!" to feel good and not grumpy with life. I am prepared to change, and it's me that has to take that step to make changes happen – I must be kind and gentle to myself. I have started on my journey to engage with the good things in life. My self esteem and sense of purpose in doing this is more positive. In 2 days I have actually enjoyed being out walking – I've felt free of the demons I created. I like the fact I have to take responsibility and log my steps, I have to be honest with myself, and with my walking. Cheers, stepping out jhyolla1
jhyolla1, AU
I am grateful for the variety of statistics and motivators that you give us. Looking at my numbers from various perspectives helps to keep me motivated. Will I reach a waypoint? Where am I on the Leaderboard? Am I caught up to my Pacer, or at least gaining on him? What fraction of days have I met my goal? How many days until I finish? How far have I gone all told? How do I compare to my walking buddy? Have I improved over last week? And more. I'm convinced that these questions keep me striving to walk. Thanks so much!
BLT, US
Thanks WWA - I have just come back after a break and I love logging my step each night. Your whole site makes it easy and encouraging to get on those shoes and get stepping- I have been a member now for at least 9 years and I love what you offer and keep improving on- thank you
JulesR, NZ
Ronin
I am a 63 year old psychologist in private practice. Despite being a keen scuba diver and skiier, keeping fit generally and keeping "middle-age spread" at bay are made very difficult due to the sedentary nature of my working life. At the end of a working day, crashing out with a glass of red used to seem more attractive than a twelve kilometer walk. I joined WWA early last year and am now regularly walking twelve kilometers daily (sometimes twice). I look forward to logging my steps and checking the leader board. This is a great website and a well thought-out system. The inbuilt motivators are very effective, the health information brilliant, and the "friendliness" very inviting. Where appropriate I have recommended this site to many patients/clients - particularly those suffering from anxiety, panic attacks, and depression as well as health and weight problems. Brilliant!! Ronin, AU
Ronin, AU
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Kate and Team - what can I say, love the new website its fantastic. Favourite thing is the Pacer, he is so funny, has just threatened to tie my shoe laces together as he's not keeping up with me at the moment. Have named him 'Murphy' and plan to leave him far behind. Dogs are loving the new site, two walks a day for them and I am walking three times a day, even turning down going out to lunch for a walk. Keep up the great work.
Dogwalker, NZ
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