Virtual American Heart Association Heart Walk

Tulsa, OK — Join FOX23 and Mix 96.5 in lacing up your tennis shoes for the annual Tulsa Heart Walk to benefit The American Heart Association. Grab your friends and family, and hit local hiking trails between April 12th – April 17th to participate in this fun, non-competitive walk. There will be four hike locations, and along the way, participants can scan QR codes for messages of encouragement, information about how to be heart-healthy, and more! If you don’t feel like hiking, you are welcome to participate by walking in your neighborhood.

Trails include:

  • Downtown Route (scavenger hunt route)
  • Washington Irving Park in Bixby
  • LaFortune Park in Tulsa
  • Central Park in Broken Arrow

Here’s how you get started: CLICK HERE to get registered for this free walk. When you register, you will receive access to an activity tracker and movement challenges on their mobile act. That’s it!

The American Heart Association is the largest voluntary health organization working to prevent, treat and defeat heart disease, stroke and other cardiovascular disease. Heart disease is the No. 1 killers in the U.S. and stroke is No. 4, claiming more than 800,000 American lives each year.

Click here to learn more about the warning signs of heart attack, stroke and cardiac arrest.