|Physical Distancing Challenge|
Our team has been brainstorming a lot over the last few days and we’ve decided to launch the Physical Distancing Challenge.
How are you maintaining 6 feet and SAVING LIVES!?
The more creative, the better. The more movement, even better.
Is it going for a walk with your loved one (and a pet!)?Is it getting outside to see a beautiful sunset or sunrise?Is it a solo dance party or home workout?
We want to see your inner hero! Like Dr. Rocha.
Share your ideas, pictures, and videos on social media using the hashtags #PDChallenge and #PhysicalDistancing.
We’ve also launched a brand new WWAD Facebook Group – please join and share your ideas to help encourage others. We can can remain socially connected even during a period of physical distancing.
|As an evolving worldwide phenomenon that is undoubtedly going to directly/indirectly affect each and every one of us, let’s use this as a positive way to connect, love each other, and lift each other up. Please invite any fellow walkers, friends, family, etc. to take the Physical Distancing Challenge and join the WWAD Facebook Group.|
Let’s be palm trees and weather this storm, together!
|Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.|
David, Rachael, Bryan, Kaylee, and Jessicawww.walkwithadoc.org
|About Walk with a Doc:As an international non-profit organization, Walk with a Doc is committed to inspiring communities through movement and conversation with physician-led walking groups.|
Started in 2005 by Dr. David Sabgir, a cardiologist in Columbus, Ohio, the program now extends to over 500 communities throughout the world. The walks are a fun, free, and safe place to get some steps, learn about health, and meet new friends.
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