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Get off the couch and get moving! Meet other people like yourself who are just now getting out there to exercise. Meet local friends and help one another stay motivated! Join us in walking at the park or wetlands, easy cycling along the shore, short hikes in the hills, playful kayaking in the harbor, or even horseback riding on the trails. Perhaps you'll even find a workout/gym partner!

This group is for people new to exercising or just getting back to exercise after a lapse. We may not have rock-hard bodies, but we do have lots of fun. The outdoor activities are at a not-too-difficult level. No one gets left behind.

The secret to health and fitness is getting light exercise *consistently*, that is, about 30 to 60 minutes of exercise, about 5 times a week. The exercise doesn't have to be strenuous. In fact, you should simple raise your heartbeat only slightly, and should still be able to converse while exercising. You can accomplish by walking briskly, or cycling steadily. We don't race; we don't run marathons, and we don't compete with one another. The object is to get fit while having FUN!

Our walks are usually about one hour to one hour and 15 minutes in duration. We walk at a steady pace, not a stroll, but not racing, either. The hikes are in Orange County's wilderness parks, and last about 2 to 3 hours. Bike rides cover a distance of 10 to 25 miles. Each person pedals at their own pace, and chooses the distance he or she wants to go. There are usually two groups of riders: a slower group doing a shorter distance, and a faster group doing a longer distance.

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Brisk walk healthier than running – scientists April 4, 2013 9:57 PM Jennifer
How To Walk: Walking for Beginners May 10, 2012 12:32 PM Devora
About The Fun & Easy Fitness Meetup Group September 21, 2010 10:21 PM Devora

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