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November 26, 2019

Archived here are the week 5 posts from the 2019 Walktober Challenge!

Day 27: Another beautiful thing about walking in nature is the different surfaces I get to interact with. Just a few from today - leaves, logs, and rocks! Have you walked on natural surfaces today?

Day...

November 25, 2019

Archived here are the week 4 posts from the 2019 Walktober Challenge!

Day 20:  One of the things I love best about walking in nature is the marriage of visual beauty with the visceral impact of sound. I love watching moving water, but I enjoy hearing it just as much. It...

November 25, 2019

Archived here are the week 3 posts from the 2019 Walktober Challenge!

Day 13: the nature walk with my walking coach (Hunter Dog) was full of cool, crisp air, bright colors, and a few nature friends! Can you spot the deer and turkeys in the last photo? They were hanging...

November 25, 2019

Archived here are the week 2 posts from the 2019 Walktober Challenge!

Day 6: A BEAUTIFUL fall day! Hunter and I took advantage and walked in the Minnesota River Nature Refuge. Hours of nature and miles of walking, and we saw footprints of fellow nature walkers! I hope y...

November 25, 2019

Archived here are the week 1 posts from the 2019 Walktober Challenge!

Day 1: #kenshowalktober2019 day 1!  And it's raining! That's okay, raincoats and umbrellas to the rescue. But's here's a question posed out in the wet - do you walk like a duck! That is to say, are yo...

October 1, 2019

Autumn is my absolute favorite time to walk outside! The temps are cooler but not yet the cold of winter, the trees are flaming with color, the leaves are crisp underfoot and the skies are filled with birds heading to their winter homes. And no more bugs! So when I thi...

September 6, 2019

I'm going to go out on a limb and make an assumptive statement, which is that you have a pelvis. And if you have a pelvis, you have a pelvic floor, which are the muscles on the underside of the pelvis between your legs. And if you have a pelvic floor (and you do) then...

August 5, 2019

"The vagus nerve innervates the heart, gut, and lungs directly, bypassing the spinal cord to snake straight up through the middle of you. Eighty to ninety percent of vagal nerve fibers are afferent - meaning they send signals to the brain rather than receiving signals ...

July 9, 2019

This month we at Kensho are fulfilling a wish of mine - to have a walking book club! When I've talked to people about it I've been met with some confusion; after all, how can you talk about a book unless you're sitting down? And that, friends, is exactly why I chose Mo...

June 2, 2019

Hello friends! I've decided that June will be the month of the core. I mean, middle of the year, middle of the body, right? I'd love to say I thought that out beforehand, but I won't lie to you - I did not. Let's roll with it anyway, shall we? 

So I'm very excited about...

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