Get ready for the first in a series of fun, Slowpoke Diva-friendly challenges designed to help you get moving! It's completely free, and is done at your pace and schedule. How the 30-Day Walk/Bike Challenge Works Our goal is to kick start the healthy habit of daily movement, and this challenge uses walking and bike riding to accomplish that. Every day we will … [Read more...] about Let’s Get Moving 30-Day Walk/Bike Challenge
MESQUITE, NEVADA -- The Mesquite Senior Games' “Back Together! Let’s Get Active Together!” virtual challenge encourages all generations to walk, run or bike during the month of June, and to share photos and stories of their adventures on Facebook or their favorite social channel. Walkers, runners, and cyclists can follow their favorite paths, trails or roads -- anywhere in … [Read more...] about Mesquite Senior Games’ Virtual Fitness Event Open to All Ages
Articles touting the benefits of walking 10,000 steps a day pop up on a regular basis in my various news and social media feeds. This one popped up today and I think it contains pretty good information in quick, easy-to-read format. Unlike most articles, the author's sources do recommend starting off easy (and to wear running shoes). That's one of my cardinal rules: If you … [Read more...] about Want to Walk 10,000 Steps a Day…Starting Today? Slow Down!
In its December newsletter, the National Senior Games reported Corvallis will be the new host city for the 2020 Oregon Senior Games. Registration will open early in the year with competition dates expected in August. Visit Corvallis, the tourism bureau for the city, is the key partner in assembling the new host organization. “Visit Corvallis is excited to contribute to the … [Read more...] about New Host City for 2020 Oregon Senior Games
UPDATE: Mesquite Madness rescheduled to November 14, 2020 due to COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. Right after my cycling and walking races at the Nevada Senior Games and Huntsman World Senior Games, I took time off to recharge and catch up on other aspects of life. Though I didn't keep to a structured training or fitness schedule, I did stay active. Climbing ladders, chasing … [Read more...] about Who’s Up for a 2020 Road Bike Ride in Southern Utah?