How to Make Walking A Habit: The Six Genres

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<ul><li> 1. The 6 Different Genres of Walking How to Make Walking a Habit:</li></ul> <p> 2. Walking as a means of 3. Spending timewith others 4. Exploring 5. Staying active 6. Relaxing 7. Multitasking 8. transportation 9. 4 Case Studies 10. Case Study #1 The ParticipantMelissa Rosman,Third year student at StanfordUniversityWalking HabitHer GenresQuotes 11. Case Study #1 The ParticipantWhere she walks to: Classes in the Main Quad StarbucksWalking Habit Tresidder GSB (to work) the rowHer GenresWhy: Time to clear her head withoutfeeling rushed or pressured to besomewhereQuotes 12. Case Study #1 The ParticipantSpending time with othersWalking HabitExploringStaying ActiveRelaxing Her GenresMultitaskingTransportation Quotes 13. Case Study #1 The ParticipantWalking Habit Her Genres It also helps me remember how awesome the Stanford campus is and how easy it is to forget that when youre always zipping around on a Quotes bike. 14. Case Study #2 The ParticipantMelissa Gallardo,Fourth year student at StanfordUniversityWalking HabitHer GenresQuotes 15. Case Study #2 The ParticipantWalking is her main mode oftransportation at homeLoves to walk in beautiful settings (elds,Walking HabitLake Lag, Main Quad)She can talk to her mom or siblings onHer Genres the phone at the same time.It helps her stay activeQuotes 16. Case Study #2 The ParticipantSpending time with othersWalking HabitExploringStaying ActiveRelaxing Her GenresMultitaskingTransportation Quotes 17. Quotes Her GenresWalking Habit The Participant Case Study #2 18. Quotes His GenresWalking Habit The Participant Case Study #3 University Jose Alvarez, Third year student at Stanford 19. Case Study #1 The ParticipantSince his bike was stolen, he uses the timespent walking to plan out his plans for theday.Walking HabitConsiders walking as secondary tosleeping, napping, doing homework, etc.His GenresQuotes 20. Case Study #1 The ParticipantSpending time with othersWalking HabitExploringStaying ActiveRelaxing His GenresMultitaskingTransportation Quotes 21. Case Study #1 The ParticipantWalkingHabitHer Genres I use the time to review how to accomplish my action items for theQuotesday. 22. Other Quotes Thanh Nguyen, Third year studentI walk around and think a lot. its necessary for my survival.Anjana Bala, Third year studentWalking is meditative, so I walk around, helps me clear my thoughtsBryant Phan, Second year studentI feel that walking is a good way to get to know your surroundings better.</p>

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