Fall Season 2020: September 8 - December 17
Updates to Phase 2 of Washington State's Covid-19 Plan for Outdoor Group Fitness:
The updated Phase 2 plan, now allows up to 8-12 clients at each outdoor training session as long as 6 feet of distance can be maintained between each client. The number chosen for each session will depend on the park and how easy or difficult it is to socially distance. For example, Yost Park & St Edward's State Park will require a smaller group due to their more narrow trails, whereas, I can work with a slightly larger group at Lower Woodland Park, thanks to its wider trail options and variety of open spaces. To ensure enough sessions for all, I have added an extra session at Yost Park of Edmonds (Tuesday mornings - shown below) and I have added a new trainer to help with overflow on the popular training days. The new trainer and I will follow all COVID-19 rules for outdoor trainers. Transformational Trekking also has its own trek specific rules to keep you and those around you safe. Prior to joining the group, you will be asked to sign a COVID-19 rules and waiver form. The rules on this form will be reviewed prior to each session and followed throughout the session. We thank you for your understanding around these additional rules at this time. Your safety, health and well being will always come first! For more information on how each session and hike will be run during this COVID-19 time, click on the two links below.
Weekly 90 - Minute Trek Training Sessions
Tuesday: 8:00AM - 9:30AM Yost Park of Seattle
Tuesday: 10:30AM - 12:00PM Lower Woodland Park of Seattle
Thursday: 8AM - 9:30AM Lower Woodland Park of Seattle
Thursday: 10:30AM - 12PM St. Edward's State Park of Kenmore
Weekly 2 - Hour Hikes:
Wednesday: 10AM - 12PM Alternating Seattle area parks
Monthly 3-4 - Hour Hikes + Trek Challenge!
Friday hikes: 8AM
Sept 25, Oct 16, Dec 4
Saturday & Sunday hikes: 8AM
Sept 13, Oct 4, Nov 1, Nov 21
Three Day Trek Challenge - December 11, 12, 13 - Mark your Calendars, more information coming in September!
Why should I sign up?
The best way to train for an outdoor adventure is in the outdoors! This way your feet, ankles, knees and hips will gain stability and strength on the uneven surfaces that you will face on the trails. You won't even realize you are working out when you incorporate trek specific strength training as we hike. These outdoor sessions will help you feel amazing on your next trekking adventure! And when you are well prepared you will help reduce the possibility of an over-use injury that could bring your trek to a quick end.
By joining, you will become part of the growing trekking community and gain new friends meeting people that feel the same calling as you… to explore the world by foot. You may even find your next perfect trekking travel buddy!
This outdoor group trek training program will:
Not sure if this program is for you? If two or more of the statements below describe you, then you will fit in well!
Okay, so now you are ready! 🙂 Sign-up here:
After signing up you will receive the "Member Page" code. Once on this page you will find all the details needed for this fall season.
Still have questions? No problem - call or email me, Sheri Goodwin, at (206) 465-1795 or email@example.com