Walktober Day 7 – Garrett County Population Health Update – Featuring Walktober!

by Oct 7, 2021Walktober

Welcome back to Day 7 of Walktober!

Today, we’re highlighting the Garrett County Population Health Update that was just released this morning, featuring Walktober!

Watch the update below to learn about Walktober, upcoming community flu clinics, and the chance to score a $50 Shop n’ Save gift certificate if you are eligible and participate in an upcoming GRMC program!

Additional resources for this Population Health Update can be found on MyGarrettCounty.com at: https://mygarrettcounty.com/garrett-county-population-health-update-year-5-episode-6/

How did you do with your fitness goals today? Did you participate in a Walk Maryland Day activity yesterday? Did you get in your 6,000 steps?, 10,000 steps?, or do something awesome to stay active? Join the discussion below, and you’ll earn 3 MORE prize points each day during Walktober!

(Please note, your first comment on Go! GC is manually approved to prevent spam. After your comment is approved, you will automatically be awarded bonus Prize Points. Once you have one comment approved, all future comments will be automatically approved.)

13 Comments

  1. Deb

    Great job with the update Shelley!👍

    Reply
  2. Brenda

    It’s a great time to walk. Yesterday was wet, walking the dog in the mist. She won’t let me skip a day. Only got 8,000 steps though total.

    Reply
  3. Amy Ritchie

    Sounds like rain in the forecast for today! Don’t let that keep you from getting outdoors and going for a walk! Put on your rain poncho and grab your umbrella!

    Reply
  4. Kathy Skipper

    Good information. I plan to get my walk in later today.

    Reply
  5. Amy Wilburn

    Thank you for the update!! We all could use a little more positive motivation especially on rainy days!!!!

    Reply
  6. K Pfaff

    Today is a rest day for me. Looking forward to a glutes workout tomorrow morning.

    Reply
  7. Gayle

    6792 steps today

    Reply
  8. Lacy Coffren

    A little foggy, but it was still nice to get outside yesterday.

    Reply
  9. Jen Sober

    enjoying paying attention to the amount of acorns on the ground while i run or walk. Looks like it may be a good snowy winter ???? we shall see

    Reply
  10. Dee

    👍

    Reply
  11. Thomas George

    Let’s GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Garrett County! Together, we can do this!!! Thank you for sharing this content. Rock the Walktober!

    Reply

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Leaderboard

  1. Deb ❤️ 802
  2. K Pfaff ❤️ 742
  3. John ❤️ 727
  4. Sadie Liller ❤️ 710
  5. Dee ❤️ 704
  6. Shelley Argabrite ❤️ 680
  7. Jen Sober ❤️ 576
  8. Amy Ritchie ❤️ 535
  9. Chelsie dever ❤️ 507
  10. Sarah Humberson ❤️ 483
  11. Susan Mills ❤️ 447
  12. Tammy Jo Walling ❤️ 436
  13. Lori Reichard ❤️ 424
  14. Natasha Coddington ❤️ 421
  15. Janine Beachy ❤️ 403
  16. Lacy Coffren ❤️ 376
  17. Hannah Brown ❤️ 376
  18. Chrissy ❤️ 371
  19. Alisha ❤️ 354
  20. Thomas Dodge ❤️ 312
  21. kay perry ❤️ 310
  22. Kiara ❤️ 289
  23. Thomas George ❤️ 289
  24. Jenny ❤️ 280
  25. Juliet Sanders ❤️ 269

You Might Also Like:

Walktober Day 23 Inspiration Abounds!

Walktober Day 23 Inspiration Abounds!

https://youtu.be/ayo1uCHAZT8 We've met some amazing people this week from the Senior Health & Fitness Club! The social aspect of being in a club is just as important as physical exercise and flexibility gained during classes! Safely encouraging others, and having...

Walktober Day 22 – Water Aerobics

Walktober Day 22 – Water Aerobics

https://youtu.be/1FodQy00cmY Water workouts are an effective way to boost your cardio fitness while also strengthening the major muscle groups in your body. Pool exercises are especially helpful for anyone with joint issues or injuries, as well as those who are...

Walktober Day 21- Yoga With Sue

Walktober Day 21- Yoga With Sue

https://youtu.be/SOSrmkM1VRU Sue is a talented yoga instructor that teaches three main levels of Hatha yoga that you can begin while seated in a chair. The class is welcoming and...

Pin It on Pinterest

Skip to content