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Still not interested or motivated to join us on a weekday walk/run/ outdoor activity? Our week days are focused on beginners, newbies and those who are like me, an out of shape hiker (LOL!). Set your own pace and monitor your progress over time. Remember to bring your phones, watches, gizmos or whatever device to count your steps. Arrive early enough to stretch on your own or feel free to stretch at home in advance. We are walking the perimeter of the park, which is one mile, and then, we reverse direction and walk it again, if you choose to continue. Sharing your walk or run encourages and motivates one another. Enjoy fun conversations or a quiet relaxing outing. Bring water and wear comfortable shoes! Thursday is a good walking pace to wake up our bodies. How about you? Have you set a personal wellness goal or goals? Maybe, just to have someone to walk with, or maybe, just simply to get up and out, move around and socialize. Let's start now, day one! DISCLAIMER: I am not and activity/event organizer/leaders are NOT certified, may/may NOT have CPR/first aid training/experience, and are NOT emergency trained. We are NOT RESPONSIBLE in any way for your health, or your personal safety, or for managing any personal health conditions. We will do what we can to be helpful in an emergency, however, participants must fully and completely rely on the services and resources of trained professional first responders. Please consult your physician before beginning any physical activity. We are not responsible for your health, personal care and safety. Be proactive on caring for yourself and guests for whom you may have or share the responsibility. We encourage you to be proactive and research outdoor activities in advance as necessary, to be knowledgeable and well informed, and capable of considering any/all reasonable and avoidable risks. Prepare in advance. Thank you.
This is a super fun event for any age, individuals, groups and families. Now is the time to begin preparing our bodies, starting with building cardio (lungs and heart) endurance, breathing, building leg strength, and if you add light arm weights to your walk or utilize the exercise equipment along the walk you can increase your upper body strength, as well. I'm totally stoked about this event! I know it's a ways off but, it's not too early to get fit enough to have a great fun event, and safely. More information to come!