FLOWCo Spring Session Information Meeting Scheduled March 5
Bartlesville, Okla. (February 17, 2018) – The FLOWCo (Fitness Lovers of Washington County) spring information and registration meeting will be held Monday, March 5 at 6 p.m. in the first floor classroom at Jane Phillips Medical Center, 3500 S.E. Frank Phillips Boulevard, Bartlesville. Come find out more about this free community fitness walk/run program.
The hour-long FLOWCo meeting will explain details of the program, answer questions, and register those excited about getting healthier with a fun group.
The program is designed for anyone who wants to move more, become healthier, and be a role model for their family, friends, and community. All levels of fitness are welcome. There are nine groups for beginning, intermediate and advanced walking and running with the goal of building endurance, distance, and speed.
All fitness levels are welcome. Walk/run groups include beginning, intermediate, and advanced to build endurance, speed and distance. The goal of the program is for participants to be able to complete a 5K at the end of the ten-week session.
This free walk or walk/run group fitness program is open to anyone 13 years and older. Babies in appropriate strollers are also welcome. Children must have a parent or guardian in the program.
Residents of Washington County are encouraged to get healthier together while having fun with the free FLOWCo fitness program. “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,” states Renetta Harrison, Health Educator with the Washington County Health Department.
Individuals unable to attend the March 5 informational meeting may contact the Jane Phillips Wellness Connection at 918-331-1102 or email email@example.com for questions and registration information.
On March 8 at 6 p.m. a pre-mile pace will be held at the Madison Middle School track, 5900 Baylor Drive in Bartlesville.
The FLOWCo spring session begins Monday, March 12 at 6 p.m. at Sooner Park. Registration for the spring session closes March 23.
FLOWCo began as a project of the Preventative Health Partnership, a sub-committee of the Washington County Wellness Initiative with sponsorship by the City of Bartlesville, Jane Phillips Medical Center, and the Washington County Health Department. The program was modeled after the successful RoCo Fit program in Rogers County. The goal of programs like FLOWCo is to promote an environment of safe and healthy lifestyles to improve the poor ranking in health behavior and outcome statistics for Washington County. With a group of dedicated, fun, knowledgeable, and very giving people who mentor the participants, as well as community partnerships, FLOWCo aims to improve the health of Washington County one step or stride at a time.