Nothing stops the #EverWalkNation from walking, not even a little SoCal rain! Many thanks to our partners @24hourfitness for hosting us for a fantastic walk & cool down with the #24hourfitness trainers! Get out and walk!
#TBT to our RiverLA walk! Highest number of registrants ever! Hoping to break more records with the upcoming New England walk! Pledge with us: bit.ly/EverWalkPledge Register for New England walk here: http://bit.ly/2rS3nyF
"If you want to lose weight and you want to workout to help lose that weight, I recommend starting with either eating fewer calories or start working out." -Bonnie Stoll. Start off slow by taking a pledge with us! bit.ly/EverWalkPledge
Training Guide Tip: BUILD UP SLOWLY! Your build should be led by comfort. If you can walk half an hour, every day, back to back days, without any foot or back or ankle or knee or hip joint or calf pain, then you’re ready to build to 45 mins, then an hour.
Here is an updated map of our New England walk! *subject to change* Registration covers transportation between hotels and routes as well as a welcome kit, Everwalk t-shirts and more! Register and be a part of the EPIC revolution! http://bit.ly/2rS3nyF
Looking for a roommate for the New England walk? Check out our Everwalk Walking Group on Facebook to meet some EPIC Everwalkers! http://bit.ly/2ugh5Kw. Register for the walk here: http://bit.ly/2rS3nyF
Here is a #TipfromBonnie: "No Pain No Gain, is not my mantra…If you are in pain, your body is either asking for a rest or your body would rather you use other muscles." Keep this in mind while you pledge with us! bit.ly/EverWalkPledge
Training Guide Tip: Pacing is important! if you need to keep a pace of under a 20-min mile, you would be best to sign as a First Legger. Go that five miles, at your own pace, and let us celebrate an effort that may well be bigger than those going all the way up the coast.