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Visit: www.the3day.org or the Energizer Bunny’s Facebook fan page at facebook.com/energizerbunny
Full list of The Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure cities and dates 2011
Boston – July 22-24, 2011
Cleveland – July 29-31, 2011
Chicago – August 5-7, 2011
Michigan – August 12-14, 2011
Twin Cities – August 19-21, 2011
Denver – August 26-28, 2011
San Francisco Bay Area September 9-11, 2011
Seattle – September 16-18, 2011
Washington, DC – September 23-25, 2011
Philadelphia – October 14-16, 2011
Atlanta – October 21-23, 2011
Tampa Bay – October 28-30, 2011
Dallas/Fort Worth – November 4-6, 2011
Arizona – November 11-13, 2011
San Diego – November 18-20, 2011
DENISE AUSTIN: 60 Mile Walk for The Cure, Fall Fitness Tips and Training for a Cause Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure
This week on TALK! with AUDREY
My guest is DENISE AUSTIN and she shares valuable tips on how to jumpstart a great fall fitness program. As the weather cools off and school activities take up more time, now is the time to get motivated and moving before the holidays. One way to establish your fitness routine and support a great cause is to train for the cure.
The Susan G. Komen 3-Day for the Cure™, presented by Energizer, is a 60-mile journey for thousands of women and men who want to make a personal difference in the fight against breast cancer. Over the course of three days, participants walk 60 miles to help raise millions of dollars for breast cancer research.
A great way you can help today is to become a fan of the Energizer Bunny on Facebook, where $1 will go to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure for every fan.
Denise’s Top 3 Fall Fitness Tips - Get motivated by training for a cause:
1. Be creative – when there’s good weather outside take a long walk or hike to get in your mileage. If it’s too cold or rainy, use an indoor treadmill as you watch your favorite shows on TV. Make sure you don’t find excuses to skip your workout!
2. Wear a pedometer – it’s important to set a mileage goal and a pedometer can help you track your steps and see how close you are to that goal. On average, about 2,000 steps equals one mile.
3. Make it fun – Find a friend to walk with you to encourage you and make you accountable for getting your mileage completed. Or join a walking group so you can meet new people and keep moving.
Photo: Courtesy of Denise Austin. Subject to copyright.