Curly was really tough to get to walk on the leash and sometimes he still is. Usually when he is being stubborn, we can now walk a different direction to get him to come.
Treats didn't work for me because every time he saw a treat he would just sit (Curly has definitely mastered the sit lol). We use to take a tennis ball out with us And get him to chase it. We were even considering using a soccer ball at one point but he started to get the hang of walking.
Curly does love walking without a harness and leash - we took him to Yosemite and he had the time of his life. He did not want to leave (Pic of Curly at the cabin below)
I am happy to say that after about 3 months of struggling Curly goes on one 2 mile walk a day
Anyhow the best advice I can give is find something that interests him and he will go after. Treats, toy, etc.
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Haha! Our new EB is doing the same thing - she will only go outside long enough to do her business and then runs back to the door to go back inside. Last time we tried to go for a walk I had her and our other dog who loves walks. Daisy plopped her butt down and refused to walk while the other dog looked imploring, then a little pissed she didn't get her walk. Daisy is just recently rescued so I'm still working on getting her healthy so I haven't pushed the issue but we are going to have to figure out walks soon.