Virtual Walk with a Doc Events

Virtual WWAD Events

While many Walk with a Doc chapters around the world are slowly getting back to hosting in-person walks, we’ll continue to share some Virtual WWAD videos and podcasts for those who a) don’t have an in-person WWAD chapter nearby, b) aren’t ready to attend in-person events yet, or c) are WWAD superfans who just can’t get enough :) The format will be the same as a typical WWAD event. Check out the steps below for more details and click here to share the Virtual WWAD Series with a friend!

Step 1: Health Talk

Videos will be posted on Saturday mornings at 9:00 AM ET where WWAD Leaders from around the world will be sharing updates on COVID-19 and other important health topics! Mark your calendars and tune in at that time, or whenever you are available. There are several options for viewing:

  • Click Here to have each week’s video sent straight to your email inbox.
  • Check out the most recent videos below or see all past videos by topic.
  • Follow our social media channels:

July 10, 2021

Gena Swift discusses colon cancer in this week’s virtual walk!

June 26, 2021

This weekend, we’ve got two new podcasts featuring Dr. Sabgir for you to listen to doing your walks!
Veggie Doctor Radio (41 mins)
Looking Forward Our Way (26 mins)

June 5, 2021

Thank you to everyone who has gotten a COVID-19 vaccine! Which one did you get? Check out these Virtual Walk with a Doc videos from Dr. Michelle Crum to learn more about the science behind the different types of vaccines available in the US. Please note – these videos were previously recorded so make sure to follow current CDC and local guidelines regarding mask-wearing for vaccinated and unvaccinated people.

Step 2: Walk

After watching the health talk, it’s time to go out for a walk! Here are a few reminders:

  • Stay Safe – Make sure you follow current CDC and local guidelines for masking and physical distancing for vaccinated and unvaccinated people.
  • 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.
  • Show Your WWAD Pride – If you have any WWAD swag, wear it during your walk and snap some selfies!

Step 3: Connect

Tell us about your walk! We would love to hear all about it and help celebrate with you.

  • Comment on the health talk video that we posted on social media
  • Post in the WWAD Facebook Group
  • Post on your own social media using #VirtualWWAD and be sure to tag @walkwithadoc
  • Email or share your updates and photos here:
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