Albert Park Walk + Fun Run (Sunday June 5th 2011)

MS Walk and Fun Run 2011

Albert Park Lake, ALBERT PARK
Sunday 5th June, 2011

Are you looking to participate in an upcoming fun run, walk, ride or charity event in Melbourne? Come and join in the MS Walk and Fun Run at Albert Park on Sunday 5th June 2011.

About the Albert Park MS Walk and Fun Run

In winter it is sometimes too easy to stop exercising and stay in your warm bed. Taking part in the 2011 MS Walk and Fun Run will not only get the blood pumping and improve your overall health and fitness, it will also make you feel warm inside for contributing to such a great cause.

Walking Event Details

The event will start and finish from Palms Lawn, Albert Park Lake and will follow a scenic track around the lake with some fantastic views of Melbourne.

Start Time: 10.30am
Distance 1: 5km
Distance 2: 10km

Join 5000 others for the warm-up exercises and celebrations before making your way around the beautiful Albert Park Lake. Stroll or power-walk, travel by wheelchair, pram or stroller, wear serious sports gear or wacky team costumes. Whatever you choose, you will be helping thousands of Australians who are living with multiple sclerosis.

Running Event Details

The fun run event will start and finish in the same location as the walkers event at Palms Lawn, Albert Park Lake and will follow a scenic track around the lake with some fantastic views of Melbourne.

Start Time: 9.00am
Distance 1: 5km
Distance 2: 10km

**All participants receive an electronic timing chip

Enter online now at or come down to Albert Park Lake and register on the day.

Take the first step in becoming part of this iconic winter event and register online now!

Good luck to all our St Kilda Personal Training clients and our South Melbourne group personal training clients who are attending this charity event!!!

Wear RED at the MS Walk and Fun Run

Make a statement and wear RED at the 2011 MS Walk and Fun Run. Lead the way by wearing your red hats, red scarves, red gloves, red jackets, red pants, red shoes or even painting your faces red or spraying your hair red!

Imagine a flowing SEA OF RED around Albert Park Lake displaying a visual support for people living with Multiple Sclerosis.

Don’t own anything red? On the day you can purchase a warm red beanies or red scarves.

  • $5 for a beanie
  • $10 for a scarf

*Note:The merchandise tents will be accepting cash sales on the day.

Do it for Charity!!!

This is one of the major events held in Melbourne and a vital part of this event is to raise money for MS Australia.

MS Australia

MS Australia provides programs and choices to people with MS including a range of residential facilities, social support programs, accommodation support services, attendant care in private homes, involvement with regional centres and country link programs. These services are vital to maintain the independence and dignity of people with MS.

MS Australia is also the largest funder of MS research in Australia through its research branch MS Research Australia.

Find out more about multiple sclerosis and MS Australia Click here for details

Enter online now at

View Melbourne Events 2011

Albert Park Fun Run Map

Albert Park Map

MaxNRG Personal Training’s Involvement

This year we are hoping to have a number of our clients and a few of our personal training team entering the 5 and 10km fun runs. So make sure to keep an eye out for our Albert Park personal trainers who will participating in the charity event and come and say hello.

If you are looking to participate in a Melbourne 2011 fun run, charity walk or bike ride our team at MaxNRG Personal Training can help. Our mobile personal trainers that operate throughout Melbourne can help you make sure that your current training regime will allow you to participate in any fun run, walk or bike ride that you set out to achieve. Call 0403-741-278 or fill out our online form and a member of the MaxNRG Personal Training team will contact you shortly.

Help preparing for a Fun Run

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