Why Walk? Joyce Shulman

May 13, 2024 | aging, books, culture, Health, politics, seniors, technology

Why Walk? Joyce Shulman, CEO of 99 Walks!

The Not Old Better Show Prevention Magazine Interview Series

Welcome to an exciting edition of Not Old, Better Prevention Magazine Interview series on radio and podcast, brought to you by Prolon.  Remember, 52,000+ people are using Prolon to gain more energy, eliminate sugar cravings, and just feel better.  

Today’s spotlight is on Joyce Shulman, co-founder and CEO of 99 Walks, who advocates for women’s wellness through walking. Joyce Shulman, famous for her TedTalk titled How More Walking Leads to Less Loneliness, is also revered as the “Pack Leader.” She brings to the fore the incredible power of simple steps in forging physical fitness and profound community connections. Joyce Shulman is also the author of Why Walk? Her experience as a coach’s daughter and her unwavering passion as an idea junkie has inspired her to lead a movement to get a million women walking, with the idea that doing so will lead to decreased loneliness and improved social well-being.

Today, we’re set to uncover how walking can play a crucial role in managing stress, combating depression, and enhancing overall mohavewith Joyce’s expert insights tailored for our listeners, particularly those over 60. In her book, ‘Why Walk? ‘ Joyce has laid down a compelling narrative about the multifaceted benefits of walking, making a compelling case for why walking is more than just physical activity; it is a lifeline to emotional and mental health.

Stay tuned as we explore these themes, drawing on Joyce’s profound understanding of walking’s impact. Whether you’re looking to improve your physical health, find mental clarity, or connect more deeply with others, Joyce’s experiences and the community at 99 Walks offer both inspiration and practical advice that resonate with everyone, especially our aging population and their families. Get ready to be inspired and perhaps take the first step towards a healthier, more connected life.

My thanks to  the Prevention Magazine Interview series brought to you by Prolon. Remember, 52,000+ people are using Prolon to gain more energy, eliminate sugar cravings, and just feel better. My thanks to Joyce Shulman, author of Why Walk?  My thanks always go to Executive Producer Sam Heninger for all his work on the show, and my thanks to our wonderful audience here on the radio and podcast. Be well, be safe, and Let’s the Preventiont Better™ The Not Old Better Prevention Magazine Interview Series on radio and podcast. Thanks, everybody, and we’ll see you next week.