The 5 A’s To Improving Access to Physical Activity

Active SWV Works to Remove Barriers to Living an Active Lifestyle

What’s standing in your way?

You can improve your path to a successful active lifestyle by assessing the barriers you face on a daily level. This assessment can also be applied to family and friends whom you ...

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Group Trail Ride at Arrowhead Trailhead

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Take your bike riding to the next level by trying out a trail ride. Learn new techniques and practice your pedaling before going out for a group ride. Participants must be 12 and older with some biking experience. Bikes and helmets will be provided. Reservations required.

***Reservations required*** Reserve your spot by calling 304-894-2129 or emailing [email protected]om

Directions:
Coming from Summersville take route 19 and turn left onto Court St. into ...

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eNeRgY Community Walk/Run

Celebrating active lifestyles in the New River Gorge Region

The New River Gorge Region is invited to the eNeRGy Community Walk/Run powered by Active SWV on Saturday, May 12th at Woodrow Wilson High School. Join us as we celebrate active lifestyles for a FREE 5k Community Walk/Run and the MedExpress Kids Run Club Dash. All ages are welcome to come as an individual, family, or form your own team.

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Beckley Justify the Pie Bike

Image may contain: text and outdoorYou can Justify the Pie you are about to have on Thanksgiving by joining us for a 3 mile bike ride on the McManus Rail Trail in Beckley. Bring your bike and helmet at meet us at the 3rd Ave parking lot, across from the State Farm office in Uptown Beckley.

Community Captain Amy will be there to greet you and answer any questions about the ride. Amy is knowledgeable in local places ...

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November Community Captain of the Month

This month we are highlighting Kate Miller as the November Community Captain of the Month. Kate leads Indoor Fitness Bootcamp, a weekly program, at Ansted Middle School. She is a shinning example of what it means to be a Community Captain due to her positive attitude and encouragement to others to be physically active. Take a minute to read a little more about Kate and why she is an inspiration to others.

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