Back after its success in 2017, City of York Council is running two Walk 2 Jog courses, starting on Monday 26 February.
Walk 2 Jog is a ten week course that aims to build fitness from a short walk to a steady jog. Jogging is a great aerobic activity which can help weight loss and develop a healthy heart.
In February the council is running two courses.
The first course will see residents work their way up from walking to jogging 5k in ten weeks.
Those who have previously completed Walk 2 Jog can take part in our second course, with the new intermediate challenge of going from 3-7km and they can work towards the 5-10k challenge later in the year.
Councillor Ann Reid, interim executive member for leisure, culture and tourism said: “It is great to see the Walk 2 Jog courses returning. The courses have been well received and are a great way for people to get fitter.
“Jogging is popular, low cost and convenient and is an excellent way to achieve the recommended 30 minutes of physical activity a day. Most of us have our new year’s resolutions to keep to and these courses offer a fun, informative and supportive approach for non-joggers who want to up their speed and stamina as part of a group.”
Both courses start on Monday 26 February at 6.30pm at Rowntree Park. Each session lasts 60 minutes.
The cost is just £10 for a 10 week course. Those who complete the course will receive a free t-shirt.
For further information visit www.york.gov.uk/justjog.
Places are limited, to book your place contact the YorWellbeing team on 01904 553377 or email email@example.com .