Free FLOWCo Fitness Program Registration for Spring Session Now Open

BARTLESVILLE, OK (March 8, 2017) – Residents of Washington County are encouraged to get healthier together while having fun with the free FLOWCo fitness program, a walk or walk-run fitness group program. An information meeting regarding FLOWCo will be held on Monday, March 13 at 6 p.m. in the first floor classroom at Jane Phillips Medical Center, 3500 S.E. Frank Phillips Boulevard, Bartlesville.
The hour-long FLOWCo meeting will explain details of the program, present testimonials, answer questions, and register those excited about getting healthier with a fun group.
The FLOWCo fitness program is designed for anyone who wants to move more, become healthier, and be a role model for their family, friends and community. Groups are available for beginning and intermediate walking, beginning and intermediate run/walk, and advanced running to build speed and distance. FLOWCo program is open to individuals 13 years and older. Children are encouraged to participate, but must have a parent or guardian also in the program. All levels of fitness are welcome. Participants may repeat sessions and/or move up pace groups as they improve their fitness level.
“If your goal is to lose or maintain weight, reduce stress, lower your cholesterol, reduce your risk for heart disease or diabetes, relieve your arthritis pain, get out and enjoy the outdoors, or to meet new people and have fun, FLOWCo can help you get there,” said Jessica Shidler-Krause, Jane Phillips Wellness Connection.
Individuals unable to attend the March 13 informational meeting may contact Jessica Shidler-Krause at the Jane Phillips Wellness Connection, 918-331-1102, or email for questions and registration information.
FLOWCo is a project of the Preventative Health Partnership (PHP), a sub-committee of the Washington County Wellness Initiative, and is sponsored by the City of Bartlesville, Jane Phillips Medical Center, and the Washington County Health Department. PHP implements programs like FLOWCo to promote an environment of safe and healthy lifestyles to improve the poor ranking in health behavior and outcome statistics for Washington County. 

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