Walking takes the body a little more time to warm up than running so it is important to dress warmly for the start of your walks. Especially as the temperature keeps dropping at the moment.
One of the best ways to deal with any changes in body temperature as you pick up your pace or walk longer is to layer up. When it is really cold I tend to have a base layer, a little vest type top, then a short or long sleeved T shirt type top and then a fleece if it is not raining or if it is a windproof jacket. I always like to be able to take items off and tie them round my waist or put then in a back pack if I have one on.
I find one thing that can change the way a walk feels is to either be too hot or too cold and if your doing Active 10 you are bound to be warming that body up while you are picking up the pace. So layering is a great way to always feel comfortable.
Anyone else got any ideas about keeping comfortable with temperature changes while walking. Hot or cold we have people from all round the world here and I know it is very hot in Australia at the moment.