What is Sevathon?
Sevathon is the walkathon that aims to set the standard as the largest social and service platform of its kind. It recognizes, supports, and nurtures a spirit of giving by empowering individuals of diverse backgrounds to unite and strengthen their communities. Walkers, runners, non-profits, sponsors, family members and friends are all part of the Sevathon family, as they enable each non-profit organization partner to deliver its message and further its cause.
How can I learn about a variety of non-profit organizations doing great work?
What can I do to support them?
What is the best way I can help them increase the strength of their impact?
Sevathon is the Bay Area’s answer to all these questions. You can register to walk or run for a cause, and separately pledge a donation. You will be able to choose from more than 50 non-profits that have a track record of fighting for a wide variety of local and global causes and of representing a rich array of cultures and sub-cultures. These organizations are led by determined and passionate people who will benefit immensely from your support.
Build community: Sevathon strengthens the community by bringing its residents together
Help others: Sevathon is a creative and new vehicle of service for the greater good
Get healthy: Sevathon promotes fitness and healthy living
Gather family: Sevathon brings moul park
How do I get involved?
Runners and Pledgers: Click the “Register” button to make a donation and/or register as a participant quickly and easily.
Non-profit Partners: Click the “Partners” button to read the details of the Sevathon partner agreement and to submit the Partner form.
Sponsors: Click the “Sponsors” button to read about the various sponsorship levels and benefits.
How do I train for my run? Keep the regimental practice of stretching before and after every run
Focus on complete body workout
Take sufficient rest between long runs
Do not run more than 4 days in a week
Keep one complete rest day per week
Mix your long runs and fast runs (speed workout) to improve your endurance and pace
Hydrate sufficiently. Drink water at least 5‐6 times a day
Drink water before, during and after the run
Add little salt to the water or orange juice. This will help replinish the salts you lose in sweating and keep your mus
You can also use some drinks made specially for replenishing the salts (Gatorade etc.)
Whenever you do the long run, ice your legs for faster healing and relieving the pain
Keep an Athlete's Foot antifungal cream for your toes to be protected after sweaty long runs. (Clotrimazole Cream
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