Track Your Fitness Goals: Distance Maps
Running or walking is a good form of exercise that comes with many benefits. According to the Mayo Clinic walking alone can help you: Maintain a healthy weight. Prevent or manage various conditions, including heart disease, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes. Turn that into a running regiment and the health benefits multiply significantly.
Whatever your choice, please make safety on these roads your number one priority. When walking or running around the apartment community you should always be on the lookout for traffic and stay on the left side of roadways toward oncoming vehicles. This presents opportunities to establish eye contact with approaching motorists and make quick judgments to protect yourself.
Although moderate physical activity is safe for most people, health experts suggest that you talk to your doctor before you start an exercise program.
Below you will find a few maps views that layout some distances around the community. You may use these to get an idea of distances so that you may better plan your route.
- 1.05 Miles - Limited Roads
- 1.09 Miles -Anywhere
- 0.474 Miles - North
- 0.482 Miles - Central
- .0446 Miles - South
This route is just over one mile and maximizes an off road experience. This is one lap around the entire community.
At slightly over one mile a few times around this all road route will surely get the blood flowing.
Not quite one half mile, this route is all roads which include Potts Place, Catalina Circle Drive, Spring Row Lane, Westover Lake Way and Gwinnett Circle. It'll take you past 2 gates and whether you choose to walk or run be careful of traffic.
This all road router includes parts of Gwinnette Circle, Legacy Lane, Westover Lake Way, Tansa's Lane, Morning View Lane and Gables Lake Drive. It is not quite 1/2 mile and may make a nice daily ritual for better health for those living in this part of the community.
At just under one half miles, a couple of laps around here should be easy to accomplish and go by fast. This route is on all roads that include Bridle Creek Way, Misty Brook Lane with sections of Gables Lake Drive and Morning View Lane.
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