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We empower individuals, community groups and organizations to bring #Lifeat3MPH into everything they do, building a more human and connected world through walking. When we slow down and walk shoulder to shoulder with each other, we start to feel the call to connection that is in each of us. 

We connect people to others, to themselves and to the places they live.

Walk or Roll with us to build a more connected world at 1, 2 or 3 MPH. 

  • From the blog

    Rambling in Boulder, Supporting Each Other

    Photo Credit to South Boulder resident SarahDawn Haynes
     

    It was this time of year, spring 2015, when I led my first community walk as a newly trained Walk2Connect Walking Movement Leader. My son was two years old, and I wanted to host a stroller-friendly fitness walk, so I designed a route around my neighborhood, where contiguous sidewalks and multi-use paths would make it easy for others to join me. Our Boulder Ramblers group started small, but it grew strong. And it all began at a cafe in the Table Mesa Shopping Center.

    This week, the store that anchors that shopping center - the store where I have bought my groceries for the past decade, where the familiar faces of the clerks and managers and Starbucks baristas make me feel at home - became the site of violence beyond my comprehension, beyond reason.

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    For the Love of #lifeat3mph

    For the Love of [email protected]: Walking as Self-Care and Social Connection
    We're halfway through February, and while you're reflecting on how fast 2021 is already going, experiencing the mid-winter blahs, or dreaming about life after the pandemic, there's a good chance you're also managing the stress of multiple obligations. This month's banner holiday offers a timely reminder to cultivate love where life feels hard right now. On Valentine's Day, plant the seeds of loving self-care by making a plan to move and connect in the week ahead using these three strategies: a fake commute, a walking reward, or a joyful delivery.
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