Counting down to MTN Walk the Talk with 702

The MTN Walk the Talk with 702 is one of the biggest events on the Joburg calendar and brings together over 50 000 people each year.

What could be better for building morale and a sense of camaraderie among your colleagues or peers than coming together to walk through the streets of Joburg?

Walkers of all fitness levels and abilities be walking a distance of 15, 8 and 5km.

Walking is such a fundamental thing and most people don't do it enough.

David Katz, Freelance Journalist, producer and vlogger

Use the stairs instead of the lift.

David Katz, Freelance Journalist, producer and vlogger

Mr. Active says you should view walking as a benefit. If you're walking all the time, you're burning calories, staying fit and working out your whole body adds Mr. Active.

For more information on the MTN and 702 Walk The Talk visit: www.walkthetalk.co.za

Listen to the clip below for more tips from Mr. Active


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