Summer is almost over, but that doesn’t mean your fitness regime also has to end. In fact, fall is the best time to ramp up your physical activity outdoors.
Need a motivated (and free) health and fitness partner to get you started?
This Saturday, September 13 and next Saturday, September 27, the Myrtle Avenue Revitalization Project (MARP) will kick off “Lets Move, Fort Greene: Walk with a Doc!”
Inspired by the Brownsville Partnerships success with its own Walk with a Doc event series, MARP’s mission is to provide an opportunity for residents to connect with local health professionals who can offer guidance and support while moving together and feeling the benefits of a brisk, refreshing walk led by a certified trainer around Fort Greene Park.
New Physical Activity programming like this complements our existing food access work, bringing awareness to the food & health issues facing many residents of Fort Greene, especially those with low-incomes and seniors,, says Kassy Nystrom, MARP Director, Healthy Communities Initiative.
Walk with a Doc is presented in collaboration with the Brooklyn Plaza Medical Center, the Brooklyn Hospital Center, Cumberland Diagnostic & Treatment Center, New York Road Runners, Prominis and St. Josephs College.
WHAT: Walk with a Doc!
WHEN: Saturdays, September 13 and 17. Registration and warm up exercises begin at 9:30am / Walk 10:00am 11:00am
WHERE:Fort Greene Park corner of Washington Park & Myrtle Avenue
WHAT ELSE:Walks are FREE. Early registration encouraged at www.myrtleavenue.org/letsmovefortgreene
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