UGA Extension – Franklin County

Franklin County Extension invites you to join Walk Georgia

Walk Georgia is a free, online program designed to combat obesity by increasing physical activity in a fun, community-oriented way.

The goals of Walk Georgia are to help participants:

  • Develop lifelong habits of regular physical activity
  • Get healthier and more physically fit
  • Have fun while strengthening community ties

Walk Georgia is a free Web-based fitness program designed to encourage activity and exercise through accountability and community! The Walk Georgia program provides free fitness tracking, research-based knowledge, and resources on fitness.

Users can choose to participate individually, or within a group to foster accountability or competition!

Go HERE to get started: http://walkgeorgia.org

We hope you’ll be inspired to join us and others in Georgia as we get more active and become healthier. For more information, call your county Extension office, 1-800-ASK-UGA1.

Feel free to access our partner organization promotional toolkit (promotional materials, videos, etc.): www.walkgeorgia.org/promo

The Walk Georgia blog, found at http://site.extension.uga.edu/walkgeorgia/, supplements the online program, providing daily information ranging from recipes to website and app recommendations, to information on state parks and wellness articles authored by Extension personnel. The program also maintains a presence on social media – Facebook, Twitter @WalkGa , Instagram @walkgeorgia and Pinterest.

 

Walk Georgia is supported in part by a grant from The Coca-Cola Foundation. The goal of this public-private partnership is to help improve the lives of Georgia residents through simple ways of being more physically active and making healthy lifestyle choices. Coca-Cola shares our belief that it will take all of us – businesses, government, communities, academia – coming together to address the serious, complex issue of obesity. We are pleased to be partnering with The Coca-Cola Foundation to improve the health and wellness of Georgians.