Walk in the sand at Redondo Beach, then celebrate the weekend at "Happy Hour"
Melody Baylor @melodybaylor
Jade Snow - Redondo Beach
100 Fishermans Wharf
Fri, May 17, 2019 at 10:15 PM - 12:00 AM
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At 3:30 pm we'll start walking south, in the sand along the shore, towards Miramar Park, as far as we can go in 30-35 minutes. Then we'll turn around and head back to Jade Snow. There is also a paved pedestrian path next to the bike way, if you prefer that. But . . . consider the following about walking in the sand: • Walking in sand requires a greater effort than walking on a hard surface. Your muscles and tendons will work harder as your foot moves around. • Walking at a slower pace while your feet sink in sand requires more effort than walking fast or even jogging. • Walking in sand requires 2.1 to 2.7 times more energy than walking on hard surfaces. • Walking on a beach in the sand is so relaxing that most people walk further distances than they normally would on treadmills, tracks or city streets. • Instead of pounding your joints and feet on hard pavement, sand acts as a natural cushion. • One of the primary benefits of walking on a beach is that you will use 20 to 50 percent more calories than you would walking at the same pace on a hard surface. So put on your favorite walking shoes or water-friendly sandals like Teva or Keen and walk with us! After the walk, we'll join the riders from the "3rd Friday Bike Ride" at Kincaid's for "Happy Hour" between 4:45pm and 5:00pm. Disclaimer: When you RSVP for our events, you assume all of the risks of participating in any/all activities associated with the South Bay Walking and Hiking Group. You certify that you are physically fit, have sufficiently prepared or trained for participation in this activity, and have not been advised to not participate by a qualified medical professional. You certify that there are no health-related reasons or problems which preclude your participation in this activity. You acknowledge that this activity may involve a test of a person's physical and mental limits and carries with it the potential for death, serious injury, and property loss. The risks include, but are not limited to, those caused by terrain, facilities, temperature, weather, condition of participants, equipment, vehicular traffic, lack of hydration, and actions of other people including, but not limited to, participants, volunteers, monitors, and/or producers of the activity.