Walk the Parks - Spring 2023
Active Lifestyle, Healthy Living
Register Now for Spring 2023
Walk the Parks is a physical activity tracking program that encourages participants to practice healthy walking habits while exploring our exercise-friendly parks in the City of Moore. The goal of Walk the Parks is to promote health, wellness, and community by encouraging physical activity and highlighting free resources for all ages.
Bring your family, friends, pets, and walking shoes, and get started on March 13, 2023.
10 of the 13 public parks in Moore are equipped with walking paths.
Participants registered for the 8-week program will walk daily/weekly, record their activity, and report at the end of each week via email, text, GroupMe app, or in person. Buster Bread, Fitness Manager for Moore Parks and Recreation, will facilitate the program by:
- posting parks and their amenities in a shared app and/or via email group or text group,
- sharing information about various walking apps that can assist with tracking,
- offering health and wellness tips, and conveying “group walk events” at various parks.
- providing motivation through acknowledgments of participant progress. This will include a weekly prize raffled throughout the 8-week program.
REGISTER TODAY! Program begins March 13 and Activity Tracking Forms are due the Sunday of each week by 6 p.m. Tracking form submission is not required but recommended and will qualify you for giveaways and performance acknowledgments.
Buster Bread is the Fitness Manager for Moore Parks and Recreation at the Station. He holds a Master’s degree in Kinesiology with an emphasis on Wellness Management and Diabetes Prevention, as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Native American Studies. Buster has worked closely with a variety of communities to provide quality exercise resources for health and wellness. He enjoys exercising/being active, listening to music, and helping people learn about the benefits of becoming physically active. Buster has served over 15 years working in the Diabetes and Wellness community. He is excited to integrate his expertise in health and wellness into the world of Moore Parks and Recreation. His likes include physiology, diabetes education, sports (basketball/college football), and sci-fi/comedy movies.