Entries by Jill

Walking, Soccer, Bandy: How The World Stays Fit

The majority of people around the world list walking or running as their primary form of fitness—just like us at Walker Tracker. Walking and running require minimal equipment and you can basically do it anywhere! However, some people like to add a team sport to their fitness repertoire. It may not come as a surprise […]

The Importance of Self Care

Walker Tracker is pleased to welcome back InVite Health. InVite Health offers a variety of natural health products and also provides education on a wide range of health and wellness topics. You have a busy day ahead of you. Whether it’s a long day of classes with essays stacking up or you’re overwhelmed at work, […]

To Track or Not to Track?

The idea of walking 10,000 steps per day dates back to 1965 in Japan with the release of the manpo-kei pedometer (or “10,000 steps meter”). This step goal is still considered the “goal standard” with the fitness trackers we have downloaded to our phones or wear on our wrists and even around our fingers. With […]

Back to the Basics: What Men Really Need to Stay Healthy

Written by InVite® Health, June 2018 Nutrition is at the core of a healthy body; what you feed your body can be the difference in how you feel, your weight, your risk of chronic diseases, and your overall health. It’s important that you put your health first and make self-care a priority. By taking steps […]

So, I Ran A Half Marathon – 2018 Eugene Marathon Recap

Running is my favorite way to push the limits of what I think I’m capable of doing. It challenges me physically and mentally. It gives me a sense of freedom. It’s my form of meditation… my minutes of zen. I love long distance running, and the half marathon is my preferred distance. So, naturally, when […]

National Osteoporosis Month: Get On the Move for Bone Health

May is National Osteoporosis Month, which focuses on prioritizing bone health and raising awareness for how you can prevent the brittle bone condition. Today, more than 53 million Americans are at an increased risk for bone fractures, but you can make simple lifestyle changes both at work and at home to avoid joining the statistic. […]