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5 Million Steps Through Chemo

The other day a most inspiring story came to us at Walker Tracker.  One that immediately touched the hearts of our whole team.  Mark Smith reached out to us to host a 5 million steps challenge on the Walker Tracker platform to raise money…

Leave Stress Out of Your Holiday Celebration

Thanksgiving is nearly upon us.  It’s a wonderful time of year to share terrific foods and gather with family and friends. But the holiday season can also bring its fair share of stresses. Traveling to your destination, getting that pumpkin…

Happy World Heart Day

With our heart beating over 100,000 times a day, there is never a bad time to start giving your heart a little extra love. September 29th is World Heart Day, and we thought it would be a perfect opportunity to provide you with a little refresher…

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…
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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…
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Crossing the Finish Line: Story of a Relay Team

If you want to see the definition of teamwork play out in front of you, sign up for a relay. As we do every year, my team took on Cascade Lakes Relay, a 216.6 mile foot tour of Central Oregon’s rough and beautiful terrain. Teams consist of…
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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…

For A Healthy Brain, Get Your Blood Pumping

Do you want to improve your capacity to learn and retain information? Research shows that exercise improves brain health; the key is blood flow. Blood flow increases everywhere in the body, including the brain, when you exercise. More blood…

Why We Love To Make To Do Lists

I’ve never been the type to keep a planner or create a “to do” list. And, for a long time, I believed that these organizational tools would stunt daily creative flow. A few years ago while in college, I caught a glimpse of a classmate's…
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Essentials for When You Want to Do More Than Just Walk in the Park

Like many kids, I always looked forward to a trip to the local park. I have a distinct memory of sitting atop one of those dome-shaped jungle gyms with my cousins, eating peaches and scouting the grassy areas for our next game of tag. Even…