Walk With A Doc Denver

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Walk with a Doc was started in Columbus, OH by Dr. David Sabgir and now has a nationwide presence.  This walk is FREE to anyone and everyone interested in taking steps toward a healthier lifestlye.  At every Walk with a Doc event we walk and talk about a health topic and you will have the opportunity to ask questions with your local doctors.

According to the American Heart Association, walking has the lowest dropout rate of any physical activity. Think it doesn’t do any good? Think again. Walking is low impact; easier on the joints than running. It is safe – with a doctor’s okay – for people with orthopedic ailments, heart conditions, and those who are more than 20% overweight. In addition, research has shown that you could gain two hours of life for each hour of regular exercise! That quick stroll around the block seems a little more worthwhile now, doesn’t it?

You don’t need any special gear and there are no special rules. Just put on a pair of comfortable shoes and walk alone, with friends, a partner or family or with a group. It’s a personal preference.  Come out and enjoy free coffee, free snacks, and giveaways at each walk.

Our walks are held at 8am Johnson Reservoir (Clement Park) in Littleton, CO and Crown Hill Park in Lakewood, CO. 

8:00AM Saturday January 21st 2017
Crown Hill Park
Kipling St. and 26th Ave.
Park in lot between Garland and Garrison St.
Topic: Protein: How much and good sources
Hosted by: Dr. Chris Bantock

8:00AM Saturday February 18, 2016
Johnson Reservoir (Clement Park)
Bowles Ave To W Long Dr.
Meet at Shelter 5 east of the reservoir near Columbine Library
Topic: TBD
Hosted by: Dr. Chris Bantock

8:00AM Saturday March 18, 2016
Crown Hill Park
Kipling St. and 26th Ave.
Park in lot between Garland and Garrison St.
Topic: TBD
Hosted by: Dr. Chris Bantock

Contact Us

1129 Cherokee St.
Denver, CO 80204
P: 303-500-3038
F: 720-863-7823
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