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About Walking
Guide to walking for fitness, recreation, and competitive racewalking. Provides articles, a link library, chat, bulletin board, and newsletter.
http://walking.about.com/

Danata's Walking Club Ideas
Personal website with tips on exercise, gear, general fitness pointers and stress relief.
http://www.angelfire.com/me2/danata/

First Verified Walk Around the World
Documents the Kunst brothers' global walk. Photos, anecdotes and memorabilia.
http://www.davekunst.com/

Harvard Health - Walking
Medical findings of Havard Medical School on the benefits of walking on health and fitness.
http://www.health.harvard.edu/newsletter_article/Walking-Your-steps-to-health

Health Walkers Inc.
Offers online statistical tracking of fitness activities and goal progress for clubs and individuals. Also provides events to help set and achieve personal goals.
http://www.healthwalkers.com/

International Volkssport Federation
Official Volkssport site. Description of its purpose, lists walking clubs and their contact information, events worldwide and membership information.
http://www.ivv-web.org/

MapMyWalk
Online walking map and route planner. Also allows you track your activity and share it with others.
http://www.mapmywalk.com/

Marathon Walking
Information and tips on walking marathons. Includes training schedules, marathon calendar, and testimonials.
http://www.marathonwalking.com/

Steven Newman, the Worldwalker
The official site with biography, resources, forums, and contacts.
https://www.facebook.com/steven.worldwalker

The Over the Hill Gang
Volkssport club focused on walking in historic areas of Washington and Oregon.
http://www.theoverthehillgang.net/

The Walking Site
How to start and maintain a fitness walking program, and where to find walking information. FAQ, clubs, links. Tips for beginners, racewalking, events, marathons, and walking gear.
http://www.thewalkingsite.com/

Walk 4 Life
Yahoo! walking group. Includes forum, photographs, journals, tips and links.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/walk_4_life/

Walkablock Club of America
A national walking club on the Internet. Allows the user to find a walking partner in their city.
http://www.walkablock.com/

Walking - The Alexander Technique
Ways in which this century-old method can help improve the quality of walking.
http://alexandertechnique.com/articles/walking/

Walking - the Best Exercise
Expounds the virtues of walking, listing the benefits and linking to sites that go deeper into the various benefits.
http://www.aboutwalking.50megs.com/

Walking Healthy.com
Information on walking for the non-competitive athlete, includes tips on technique, shoe selection, warming up and cooling down.
http://www.walkinghealthy.com/

Walking at Active.com
Walking races, events, and training for race walking and walking for fitness. Walkers can search and register online for events nationwide, as well as browse training tips and workouts.
http://www.active.com/walking/

Walking with Weights
Guide to learning how to use weights in conjunction with walking. Exercises for various muscle groups and lessons for the beginner.
http://justjohn.4t.com/walkingwithweights.htm

WoW Power Walking
Physical fitness creates an `anything is possible' attitude toward life and work that is the foundation for excellence. The site offers walking programs for individuals and groups.
http://wowpowerwalking.com/

eGroups: Walklist
Dedicated to walking for fitness, sport, and fun. Walking clubs and events are featured. The members share their experience of walking.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/walklist/

eMedicine Health - Walking for Fitness
Consumer health resource center providing information on the health benefits of walking. Tips on walking routines, exercises, shoes and other equipment.
http://www.emedicinehealth.com/walking_for_fitness/article_em.htm