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Title: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: funnytannednudist on March 04, 2016, 06:44:51 am
I was just wondering how many people enjoy walking and running for fun or just to stay fit.
I prefer to run because ive done some long walks and runs and I have found that for me its harder to walk than run.Also its quicker to run a race than walk. Tomorrow morning i have entered a walk which is 80km , I think that is about 50 miles. Even though it is a walk you are allowed to run so i will be doing more running than walking, im looking to finish in 12 hours if all goes well.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Wildborn on March 04, 2016, 09:33:01 am
I prefer to run. But not outside as living in London I'd probably be hit by a car. So the gym I go to I run at least 10 miles which is not that much I know but obviously being at the gym I do other stuff.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: funnytannednudist on March 04, 2016, 02:53:31 pm
10 miles is still a far way to run and if I lived in London I think I would also go to the gym and run on the treadmill especially in winter because I don't like cold weather.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Northman on March 08, 2016, 10:53:37 pm
To be honest. I am not much one for running. I like to take my time and enjoy the scenery. Hiking is for me.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Caliboy on March 09, 2016, 03:10:45 am
I enjoy both running and walking, at different times, in different situations.

At midday, when I just need to move, to get out of my chair and get my body revitalised, running is perfect. At times, I will even purposefully get in trouble in PE/Sports class, as the teacher's punishment is to make one run the perimeter of the PE field, or sometimes the stairs in the stadium. Wonderful exercise, really helps one to be able to sit through 3 more hours of boring lessons.

On the other hand, for enjoyment, I love trekking, hiking, walking. I love to feel the breeze and smell all the various things floating on that breeze, and to stop to smell and see all the little sights along the way. Sometimes I forget to walk, and just stop to enjoy something. These are things one misses while running.

So, I suppose running is for the exhilaration of movement, and walking is for enjoyment of one's surroundings. Both have equal value.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: iyoni on March 18, 2016, 06:48:00 pm
I don't enjoy walking nor running just for the sake of it. It just feels too dull and pointless to me. However, I do manage to get my daily dose of about 1 hour of walking just by going to and returning from work - I guess since I am headed to a certain destination I feel it's not a total waste of time, even though I could have easily boarded the bus instead (and it's cheaper too, lol).

In regard to running, I get my weekly dose while playing soccer with friends. I also think it's much better than ordinary running on a treadmill or outdoors since I'm forced to sprint once in a while while doing so.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Austins087 on March 28, 2016, 02:44:57 pm
I was just wondering how many people enjoy walking and running for fun or just to stay fit.
I prefer to run because ive done some long walks and runs and I have found that for me its harder to walk than run.Also its quicker to run a race than walk. Tomorrow morning i have entered a walk which is 80km , I think that is about 50 miles. Even though it is a walk you are allowed to run so i will be doing more running than walking, im looking to finish in 12 hours if all goes well.

That's awesome, mate! How did it turn out? Or are you still walking? LOL I enjoy running and walking/hiking. Depends on my mood, or what I did the day before. Running reaches a point where its addicting and I want the high from it. I never get that from walking. Anyone else?
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: JT on March 28, 2016, 09:55:14 pm
I love to run, just for fun, I really enjoy it.  In the morning I have so much energy, I really need to channel it so I can focus on my day. When I can't run, I usually have a difficult day at school.

I usually do about 5 miles in the morning.  It really clears my head.  If the sun is coming up soon, I'll run west first so I can watch the sunrise on the return run. It's really soothing.

With a hopeful new school next year and free sports I'm thinking of doing track, I never did any team sports.  So might be my chance to experience it
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: dmutah on April 14, 2016, 12:29:57 am
I do a lot of walking out here. If I really need to get someplace in a hurry I either take a horse or drive.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Sub4_GB on February 03, 2019, 01:54:02 pm
I prefer running to walking every time as long as it's off road and its not through a field full of cows,  the way they stare at you freaks me out lol
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: the_nude_topher on February 03, 2019, 02:31:22 pm
I prefer running to walking every time as long as it's off road and its not through a field full of cows,  the way they stare at you freaks me out lol

Cows are friendly, wonderful, and curious. They don't get many visitors so they like watching everything.

For me? Walking!
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Mettis on February 03, 2019, 05:27:21 pm
I prefer to walk because I have problems in the hip that doesn't allow me to run long, but I like to watch running.
In addition, I like hiking in nature, more reason to choose walking  :wink:
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Sofia on February 03, 2019, 06:59:19 pm
For fitness I will run more, but I do enjoy walking and hiking.  When I walk I do it more to go somewhere and not necessarily for fitness
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Sub4_GB on February 03, 2019, 07:23:08 pm
After once being chased across an open field by a bull I had no option but to run lol
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Delta0010 on February 03, 2019, 08:35:46 pm
After once being chased across an open field by a bull I had no option but to run lol

You can't just say that and not give us the story
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Sub4_GB on February 03, 2019, 08:49:48 pm
It's quite ironic really I crossed into that field to avoid a herd of cows in the next field when out of the corner of my eye I saw a bull in the distance running towards me, I knew it was a bad idea to wear those bright red fell running shoes lol
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Naturalguy87 on February 06, 2019, 10:20:32 pm
I got into running not quite a year ago to improve my health and fitness.  In general I prefer it to walking for the health benefits.  I also enjoy going for longer hikes though, so it's a good mix.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: RS on February 12, 2019, 10:46:29 pm
I'm generally more of a walker. I've walked three marathons, and though I have done some running, the most I've done is a 5k.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Calypso on February 14, 2019, 02:01:19 am
To be honest. I am not much one for running. I like to take my time and enjoy the scenery. Hiking is for me.

Agreed. Not ever been a big fan or running. Hiking is more fun for me, observing nature than running solely for the exercise.

Exercise your mind and body with hiking.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: takguitar98 on April 01, 2019, 02:36:08 am
50 miles is wayyyyyyy too much walking/running for me lol  :laugh:
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Cwick on August 06, 2019, 05:48:52 pm
I prefer both myself!  Depending on the situation and fatigue level.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: swede on August 07, 2019, 03:53:56 am
When in the nude, definitely not running. But for a workout, then yeah running it is, but then I need to be clothed
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Shiden Kai San on August 07, 2019, 02:41:19 pm
Lifting weights?  All day.  Running?  A one-legged 400lb man or woman will have more endurance than myself. Cardio was never my friend. 
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Ericadabra on October 25, 2019, 07:00:46 pm
I love running! I run everyday for cross country or track so I prefer running over walking. Walking is nice if there are things to see in nature or in a big city :)
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: jabber1990 on October 25, 2019, 07:24:55 pm
I love walking!

I wish I could do more running, but i'm too out of shape to run, which sucks, becasue I was an ok runner when I was younger
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Blake Skies on October 25, 2019, 07:30:17 pm
I love running! I run everyday for cross country or track so I prefer running over walking. Walking is nice if there are things to see in nature or in a big city :)

Though now I have to ask, do you prefer running through city or forest?
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Calypso on October 25, 2019, 09:54:25 pm
To be honest. I am not much one for running. I like to take my time and enjoy the scenery. Hiking is for me.

I completely agree. I’ve never been a fan of running. I always prefer hiking when I can. It’s boring going walking down the street if that’s for exercise. Scenery is key!
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: coveredinsand on May 20, 2020, 02:06:39 am
I am not much a fan of running. I like to take my time and enjoy the scenery thus why I enjoy Hiking. A walk i get bored so i Ushuly play a walking game like Minecraft Earth, Wizards Unite, or Pokemon Go. :rotfl2:
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: thelvx on May 20, 2020, 04:28:02 am
I typically take a walk or two every day. I'll hike in the woods whenever I can.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: brettb on May 20, 2020, 05:25:08 am
Running 100% walking just gets boring to me, but I usually turn running into a game.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Conjuam on June 20, 2020, 09:01:23 pm
I like walking, but would like to run, and have considered doing couch to 5K, but that's as far as I got. Ideally I'd like to complete a Parkrun by the end of the year, but quarantine kinda put my plans on hold, so any progress I made has effectively been reverted... :laughing

Honestly though, biking is my favourite as it's faster and more efficient than walking.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: the_nude_topher on June 21, 2020, 12:39:18 am
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Honestly though, biking is my favourite as it's faster and more efficient than walking.
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Biking is indeed faster and more enjoyable then walking. But I prefer walking to running.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Mettis on June 21, 2020, 05:53:18 am
Biking is indeed faster and more enjoyable then walking. But I prefer walking to running.

 :agree
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Patrick on July 08, 2020, 02:25:50 am
Biking is indeed faster and more enjoyable then walking. But I prefer walking to running.

 :agree
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Interested Nudist on July 13, 2020, 01:07:06 am

Biking is indeed faster and more enjoyable then walking. But I prefer walking to running.

Especially when in the nude.  :laughcrying:
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: the_nude_topher on July 13, 2020, 02:17:15 am

Biking is indeed faster and more enjoyable then walking. But I prefer walking to running.

Especially when in the nude.  :laughcrying:

Nude bike riding might be fun, but painful.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Interested Nudist on July 13, 2020, 02:43:57 am
Yeah, I would definetley not try nude biking. I don't know how people do the Naked Bike Ride that happens every year. How are their parts not crying out in pain? And falls would be especially painful...
Nude running is ok. It does feel weird when my dick is flopping around while I do but its ok.
Nude waking anyone can do. No problems with that.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: JamisonE698 on July 13, 2020, 06:54:09 pm
I prefer running, but not when I'm naked
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Interested Nudist on July 13, 2020, 07:52:38 pm
I prefer running, but not when I'm naked

Yeah wen you are naked, your dick is just flopping around everywhere. Not a nice feeling.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: JamisonE698 on July 14, 2020, 04:30:08 pm
I prefer running, but not when I'm naked

Yeah wen you are naked, your dick is just flopping around everywhere. Not a nice feeling.

Yeah, it's not fun
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: climbing on July 14, 2020, 04:34:26 pm
I prefer running, but not when I'm naked

Yeah wen you are naked, your dick is just flopping around everywhere. Not a nice feeling.

Yeah, it's not fun

On the contrary, I've never felt uncomfortable running nude? I prefer it over clothed if possible... Could just be me though...  :confused
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: the_nude_topher on July 14, 2020, 08:57:43 pm
I prefer running, but not when I'm naked

Yeah wen you are naked, your dick is just flopping around everywhere. Not a nice feeling.

Yeah, it's not fun

On the contrary, I've never felt uncomfortable running nude? I prefer it over clothed if possible... Could just be me though...  :confused

If we are going to be totally honest here, when running I don't mind what  my dick does. But, I hate my balls flopping.  :scary    :tmi???
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Northman on July 14, 2020, 09:01:45 pm
I prefer running, but not when I'm naked

Yeah wen you are naked, your dick is just flopping around everywhere. Not a nice feeling.

Yeah, it's not fun

On the contrary, I've never felt uncomfortable running nude? I prefer it over clothed if possible... Could just be me though...  :confused

If we are going to be totally honest here, when running I don't mind what  my dick does. But, I hate my balls flopping.  :scary    :tmi???

Shouldn't there be a physical reaction to retract closer to the body? :thinking:
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: the_nude_topher on July 14, 2020, 09:09:59 pm
I prefer running, but not when I'm naked

Yeah wen you are naked, your dick is just flopping around everywhere. Not a nice feeling.

Yeah, it's not fun

On the contrary, I've never felt uncomfortable running nude? I prefer it over clothed if possible... Could just be me though...  :confused

If we are going to be totally honest here, when running I don't mind what  my dick does. But, I hate my balls flopping.  :scary    :tmi???

Shouldn't there be a physical reaction to retract closer to the body? :thinking:

Isn't that a temperature thing?
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Northman on July 14, 2020, 09:19:56 pm
I prefer running, but not when I'm naked

Yeah wen you are naked, your dick is just flopping around everywhere. Not a nice feeling.

Yeah, it's not fun

On the contrary, I've never felt uncomfortable running nude? I prefer it over clothed if possible... Could just be me though...  :confused

If we are going to be totally honest here, when running I don't mind what  my dick does. But, I hate my balls flopping.  :scary    :tmi???

Shouldn't there be a physical reaction to retract closer to the body? :thinking:

Isn't that a temperature thing?

But also happens during physical excersise.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Interested Nudist on July 14, 2020, 09:45:10 pm
I prefer running, but not when I'm naked

Yeah wen you are naked, your dick is just flopping around everywhere. Not a nice feeling.

Yeah, it's not fun

On the contrary, I've never felt uncomfortable running nude? I prefer it over clothed if possible... Could just be me though...  :confused

If we are going to be totally honest here, when running I don't mind what  my dick does. But, I hate my balls flopping.  :scary    :tmi???

Shouldn't there be a physical reaction to retract closer to the body? :thinking:

Isn't that a temperature thing?

But also happens during physical excersise.

My balls never retracted during exercise. Those things flopping around make it hard to concentrate.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: JamisonE698 on July 14, 2020, 11:57:42 pm
For me, it's a mix. Sometimes they retract during exercise other times they don't. But I don't like my penis flopping around when I run. It's uncomfortable.
Title: Re: WALKING VS RUNNING
Post by: Conjuam on August 05, 2020, 09:25:25 pm
I prefer running, but not when I'm naked

Yeah wen you are naked, your dick is just flopping around everywhere. Not a nice feeling.

Yeah, it's not fun

On the contrary, I've never felt uncomfortable running nude? I prefer it over clothed if possible... Could just be me though...  :confused

If we are going to be totally honest here, when running I don't mind what  my dick does. But, I hate my balls flopping.  :scary    :tmi???

Shouldn't there be a physical reaction to retract closer to the body? :thinking:

Isn't that a temperature thing?

But also happens during physical excersise.

My balls never retracted during exercise. Those things flopping around make it hard to concentrate.

I once read that there's nerves on your upper legs that, when activated in a specific way, causes your nutsack to tighten up. I find it happens to me when doing high impact exercise like running, but there's no undies in the way, so that could be why.

Also, nude biking is not that bad, I've used the bike trainer at home before (clipping my bike in) and there's no real pain for the first 30 mins, until there's lots of numbness, but it's better than biking in jeans.

Also, I've never experienced any discomfort with flopping, in fact, quite the contrary, even in extreme cases like going to the trampoline park in jogging bottoms. Then again, I've still got another 5 years of development (max.) ahead of me, so that could be why.