Join Me for a Virtual Walk With a Doc!

Join Me for a Virtual Walk With a Doc!

Why Walk?

Research has shown that you can gain two hours of life for each hour that you exercise regularly.

According to the American Heart Association, walking as little as 30 minutes a day can:

  • Improve blood pressure and blood sugar levels
  • Help maintain a healthy body weight and lower the risk of obesity
  • Enhance mental well-being

Social Distancing:

Prior to COVID-19, Walk With a Doc was open to the community. Walkers would enjoy a medical discussion followed by a rejuvenating walk. Until it is completely safe to walk in large groups again, Walk With a Doc has gone virtual! Click here to watch Dr. Subramanian share some important tips on Nutrition, Cholesterol, and Exercise. After watching the health talk, it’s time to go out for a walk! 

Here are a few reminders:

· Practice Physical Distancing – Either walk on your own or bring along a friend or loved one, but make sure you’re staying at least 6 feet apart from one another.

· Get Out In Nature – If possible, get outside for your walk! Walk around your neighborhood or head to a local park. Nature is good for you and your immune system.

· Be Social – During your walk, feel free to call or FaceTime a friend or a family member. Prefer some alone time? Consider listening to music or a podcast while you walk.