The Surgeon General of the United States currently recommends 30 minutes per day, 6 days per week of exercise. The City of Laguna Hills has developed CLUB 30 in an effort to provide our residents 30 minute exercise opportunities.
Our nation is currently facing an obesity epidemic. According to the Surgeon General:
Nearly 2 out of every 3 Americans are overweight or obese.
One out of every 8 deaths in America is caused by an illness directly related to weight and obesity.
The Surgeon General has identified 3 key factors which must be addressed in order to reduce obesity in the United States:
Increased physical activity
Healthier eating habits
Improved health literacy
Physical Activity In order to address the need for increased physical activity, the City of Laguna Hills is committed to offering classes which meet the recommended 30 minutes per day of exercise. "Club 30" provides the community with quick, convenient exercise options that can fit into even the busiest of schedules.
30 Minute Walks Invite a friend, neighbor, or family member to join you and get your 30 minutes of exercise in each day with self guided walks for all levels and ages. Are you dropping your child off for a basketball, baseball, or soccer practice, an art lesson or dance class? Why not get your heart pumping with this invigorating walk that begins and ends at the Laguna Hills Community Center and Sports Complex?
Oso Creek Walk
Looking for a great place to stretch your legs or walk your dog? This scenic corridor may just be the place! The trail head begins near the intersection of Oso Parkway and Cabot Road. To begin your walk:
Head west on the paved Oso Creek Bike-way as it parallels Oso Parkway.
When you reach the 1 mile distance at Nellie Gail Road, turn around and retrace your steps on the paved bike-way to return to the staring point.
This 2 mile route has some moderate grades.
Location: Oso Parkway and Cabot Road
Distance: 2 miles
Difficulty: Mostly flat terrain, with some moderate hills