I just finished Maggie Thurber's post, http://www.toledofreepress.com/?id=6626, in the Toledo Free Press. Everytime I walk in the Southwyck Mall (which isn't often now; I walk with a friend in the Woodville Mall because the carpeting is kinder to his feet) I see other people like me. We get a "free" ride. If I owned the mall I would charge admission, and try to get as many fitness related businesses as I could into my mall. Woodville, Southwyck, and Northtown Sqaure look like they'd make perfect "lifestyle" centers (if by that you mean anything with having to enhance your life like exercise/nutrition shops).
Since people are "walking the malls" you'd think the owners would be trying to capitalize on this. Instead, we go in, do our thing, maybe buy something, but there is no effort to market to us as we trudge in endless circles around the mall.