Graham Walks

2018 Fall Graham Walks 

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Description: Graham Walks is a self-motivating walking program designed to inspire you to stay active and reach an average of 7,500 steps per day.  The Graham Recreation and Parks Department is here to help you achieve your goal by meeting with you once a week on Wednesday’s from 8:00 am-2:00 pm and 5:30-7:00 pm at Shamrock Nutrition in Graham.  Michelle Rogers will also be available to help you set up a fitness plan!  She has a vast knowledge of fitness, health, and weight loss, for more information about Michelle, please visit her Blog and see her amazing transformation!

The program lasts for 5 Weeks beginning on Wednesday, September 5th and ending on Wednesday, October 10th.

How do you track your steps? The Graham Recreation Department will provide FREE pedometers to all participants OR you can use any fitness tracking device that you may already have. (Fitbit, Apple watch, Garmin etc..)

Each week you will be required to turn in the results of your daily steps to the Graham Recreation Department.  You can do this a few different ways.

  1. Turn in the manual paper form (download for printing purposes below) or you may pick up the form at any Graham Walks time and location.
  2. “Screen Capture” your Fitness Band’s weekly information from your computer or phone and e-mail the information to adavis@cityofgraham.com
  3. Stop by any Graham Walks Location and show your results from your phone to the staff member.

Results will be tracked at the Graham Recreation Offices and kept confidentially.

Following the 5 weeks, all participants that were able to average 7,500 steps each day of each week for 5 weeks will receive a Graham Walks T-Shirt!

Also, all those who finish the program will have their name entered into a drawing for the GRAND PRIZES (maximum one per person)

Prizes are TBA

We hope you decide to take the next step in your healthy lifestyle and take this Graham Walks challenge!

2018 Partners are listed below