- By Mark Lorenzoni
No other sporting activity has been more popular throughout our country during the COVID-19 pandemic than walking.
- BY MARK LORENZONI
Mark Lorenzoni begins his "Walking across England" series with a look at the first day of his journey, which took him and his wife Cynthia from the quaint town of St. Bees along the Irish Sea to Ennerdale Bridge.
- BY MARK LORENZONI
In his second installment of Walking Across England, Mark Lorenzoni chronicles the literal and figurative mountains he had to climb to make it from Ennerdale Bridge to Rosthwaite.
In the third installment of his Walking across England series, Mark Lorenzoni chronicles his rainy hike from Rosthwaite to Grasmere.
In the fourth installment of his "Walking across England" series, Mark Lorenzoni takes us on the journey from Grasmere to Patterdale, which included a surprise encounter with a local shepherd who was chasing a stubborn sheep.
On Day 6 of their walk across England, Mark and Cynthia Lorenzoni made new friends along the trail and found out some exciting news from back home.
On Day 7 of their walk across England, Mark and Cynthia Lorenzoni navigated some of the hike's notorious peat bogs with a little help from a fellow hiker from the Netherlands and reached the halfway point of their journey.
The ninth day of the Lorenzonis' walk across England took them across the eastern end of the Yorkshire Dales National Park into the bustling market village of Richmond, the largest of all the many villages of the Coast to Coast walk.
The 10th day of Mark and Cynthia Lorenzoni's journey across England was the longest. The 25-mile leg took them from the eastern edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park to the western fringes of its sister park, the North York Moors.
With 150 miles already behind them, the 11th day of Mark and Cynthia Lorenzoni's Coast to Coast walk would take them into the last quarter of their journey across England.
On the penultimate day of their walk across England, Mark and Cynthia Lorenzoni found themselves right in the middle English pheasant hunt.
On Day 13 of their walk across England, Mark and Cynthia Lorenzoni reached the North Sea to complete the journey of a lifetime.
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There are a variety of reasons why folks get hurt while walking and running, but the most common and basic reason for new knee, shin, ankle, hip or foot pain is the mileage of your shoe, writes Mark Lorenzoni.