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Weekly emails will be sent out 19-weeks prior to each walk and will include a weekly training schedule, excercise/stretch suggestions, and details on upcoming Training Walks.
Our volunteer-led Training Walks are scheduled throughout the season in locations all across the country. Walkers of all fitness levels are welcome. We need volunteers like you to organize Training Walks in your area.
Please note that all walks are listed in Eastern Standard Time in the calendar. Click here for a full calendar of all upcoming walks.
In light of the situation regarding coronavirus (COVID19), Training Walks are still being lead under the discretion of the Training Walk Leader. Please also follow any guidelines and recommendations from your city, state, or Public Health Departments.
If a Walk is in your area and you plan on attending, please contact the Leader for more details regarding their Walk. Please do not attend a Training Walk if you are feeling sick. Washing hands and bringing disinfectant products, such as hand sanitizer or wipes, are great ways to stay healthy during your Training Walk.
Postponed: Saturday May 9th, 2020
Start Time: 9:00 AM EST
Start Location: Madison Square Park, 11 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10010
Start Location Details: At the corner of 26th and Broadway
Route Description: We will walk to and around Central Park
Terrain/Level: Some hills
Distance: 10 Miles
Notes: Pets allowed - will reschedule if raining.
Training Walk Leader: Jacqueline Rudloff
Phone Number: 512-947-1003
Email: [email protected]
Date: Saturday March 28th, 2020
Start Time: 1:00 PM PST
Start Location: 85 Pike St, Seattle, WA 98101
Start Location Details:
Training Walk Leader:
Date: Saturday May 30th, 2020
Start Time: 8:00 AM PST
Start Location: 405 Cedar River Trail Walk, Renton, WA 98057
Start Location Details: We will meet at the Cedar River Trailhead on the Downtown Renton end.
Route Description: We will hike 8 miles out then return to the trailhead. If there are enough people and interest, we can arrange to leave cars at one end of the trail, drive in groups to the to the oppostie end, and walk the full trial (17.4 miles), then return people to their cars.
Terrain/Level: Flat, paved with primary plan, some soft surface if we do the full trail.
Distance: 16 Miles
Notes: We will Walk in all weather from sunny to drizzly. If more drizzly, will determine based on group interest. I will be wearing an AFSP Overnight shirt and I have a silver car.
Training Walk Leader: Kris Plemmons
Email: [email protected]