Notes for the Road: Walk Georgia Blog

Friday: break it down now!


Does your head spin when you think of weathering the downpour of health & fitness info? Yeah. We get that. There’s so much information. It could be empowering OR extremely frustrating. Eat this! Don’t eat that. Walk every day! Walk only 5 times a week. Who to believe?! You. Well, IF you know the facts. […]
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Walk Georgia Champions

Walk Georgia new winged sneaker logo

Congratulations to Bibb County for being the example to  “Move more, Live more”! During our first 12 weeks, Bibb County logged more than any other county with just over 6,000,000 points & almost 40,000 hours! That’s like 4.5 years of fitness in 12 weeks! Keep up the good work!
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Our new favorite recipe + free yoga for all!


Happy Friday! We are excited to announce that the site has another delicious new recipe this week. It takes just a little over 10 minutes (that’s right – TEN)! And it’s high in omegas, flavor and whole ingredients! Plus, it’s perfect for summer. We also want to announce our county winners […]
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Earth Day: 5 quick ways to be Earth’s biggest advocate…


At Walk Georgia, we try to give every day, every workout, and every event 100%. Naturally (pun intended), on Earth Day we wanted to put 100% of our focus on the most organically complex resource in Georgia (and on Earth). And want to know what we found?  YOU.   Or, more specifically, […]
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It’s Friday: New Recipe and County Winners!


It’s still rainy, but we have some sunshine for you! Take a look at our new recipe, that’s perfect for a rainy day, up on our website! We have some fun things in store for you next week too, so stay tuned! Speaking of fun, let’s check in on our […]
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April 15th: Auditing your Fitness & Taxing your Body

Target Heart Rate Chart

Taxes are important. But most of us loathe tax season: the extra errands, number crunching, and anticipation of what we’ll owe (or get)! Though no one can deny, taxes send kids to school, help us travel from state to state, and pay the folks that keep us safe. Taxes are a love/hate relationship, and they remind us a […]
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