THE EARLY 'BIRDS Did you know that Robert Eves and his wife walk about 2.5 miles, early mornings at 5 a.m. on a route that starts at the south end of town and takes them past the University, or on one that takes them up Leigh Hill and down Ridge Road? If there are any of you out there who'd like to join them, Robert and his wife say, "Please do!" They'd be happy to try out some other new routes that you may be aware of, too. To help get your walkin' shoes a-movin', email Robert at eves@suu.edu

THE MILE-LOW CLUB meets four days a week. Take-off time is 11:40 a.m. on Monday and Wednesday, and 5:15 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday We meet in the Pushpin Gallery - the area between the Student Center and the Centrum, by the vending machines. Then, depending on the weather, we walk a 20-minute mile on one our five measured routes. Come join us! Just show up! We'd love to have you! Oh, we're called the Mile-Low Club because we are pretty laidback and fun and social (LOW) and we walk just a mile at any given meeting.


Wednesday, September 12!

We are walking to Little Brick House and back!

Let's meet at the corner of 300 W and University Blvd in front of the big SUU sign.  From that corner, it's .71 miles to the location, so we'll get close to a mile and a half, or around 4500 steps, round-trip!
We will depart at 11:40 a.m. sharp!

Please drop a quick RSVP to tfit@suu.edu

So we can give JJ's a heads-up on our cheerful onslaught! This group had a great time last week on our Walk-to-Lunch. It was a do-your-heart good --in more ways than one!-- good time all-around! We'd love to have you join us this next time! Looking forward to walking and visiting with you!

ANY OTHERS? Are there any other Employee Walking Groups going on that would welcome more to share in the fitness and fun? Call or email Renee Ballenger 865.8053, ballenger@suu.edu and let her know the details and she will make an announcement for you via the T-Fit website and email.

Thanks to Paula Mitchell and Sheri Butler for sharing this cool map with T-Fit. Paula trekked and mapped these three one-mile routes for interested Walkers. Enjoy, and Walk On!