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Welcome to our 41st Annual PNAAF 5K Virtual Walk “Take on a Challenge”, Peer to Peer Campaign Thank you for joining us and making a difference! I am honored to work for a team who all devotes themselves unselfishly to making this event happen.


Our Team provide strong motivation and support to one another because “WE” all share the same vision and goals. No event of this magnitude can be accomplish without teamwork and our team is one that makes every working day a pleasure. We need all the support we can get, Your tireless commitment and dedication is important to our success! Special Thanks to all who helped to make this event meaningful.


So, let’s all put our walking/running shoes together for a great cause, make this event greater impact in the community with your pledges, donations and sponsorship!

Vilma Ortiz , MSN, RN

Chair, PNAA 5K

Message from the PNAA 5K Chair



  1. The Virtual walk/run will end  July 2, 2020. Reports must be submitted before July 2, 2020.

  2. Venue: Anywhere.. participant’s choice.

  3. Time..anytime participants decide to walk/run

  4. Participants will receive t-shirt and medals before the virtual race.

  5. Regional and PNAAF/PNAA goals as it was before.

  6. Virtual awarding of winners are scheduled on July 3, 2020.

  7. The awards are:

  • Regions who reached their goals entitled for a trophy.

  • First FIVE participants who registered will receive  (5) extra shirts (gold shirt)

  • First Chapter who endorsed their regional and t-shirt goals, be awarded with extra gold shirts to all executive members. *Sponsored by Ted

  • First RVP who registered first will receive a Gold shirt.

  • All T- shirts sponsor names will be printed on the back of shirt by regions or corporate.


5K Training Tips

Doing a 5K run can add a new level of challenge and interest to your exercise program. A 5K run is 3.1 miles. Don’t be daunted by the distance. A 5K run is a great distance for a beginner. You can prepare for a 5K run in just two months.

Consider using this seven-week 5K run training schedule as your guide. This 5K run training schedule was created by Olympian Jeff Galloway. It’s tailored for beginners or anyone who wants to complete a 5K race. You don’t have to use this training schedule only for a 5K run. You can also adapt it for a 5K walk.

This 5K training schedule incorporates a mix of running, walking and resting. This combination helps reduce the risk of injury, stress and fatigue while boosting your enjoyment of physical activity. Remember, you can run or walk slowly to help your body adjust to this 5K training schedule.

Under this 5K run training schedule, you’ll spend a portion of your time walking. For instance, during week one on run/walk days, you’ll run for 15 seconds and then walk for 45 seconds, repeating that cycle for 30 minutes.

As the weeks progress, you’ll gradually increase the amount of time running and reduce the amount of time walking. If you’re adapting the training for a 5K walk, then you always walk, even on run/walk days.

One day a week, which is Friday on this 5K schedule, is a day of rest from exercise, giving your muscles time to recover. On Sunday, you can either take a second day of rest, or you can enjoy a walk at your choice of distance. On this 5K run training schedule, race day falls on Saturday of your seventh week.


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