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Ready to EverWalk?

... Welcome to EverWalk Nation

They say “sitting is the new smoking.”  It’s time to get active, America!  Over the decades, we have become one of the most sedentary societies on earth, ill with heart disease and diabetes.  EverWalk is a movement designed to spark an epic revolution and get Americans outdoors and walking.

Our founders, Diana Nyad and Bonnie Stoll, want to create a nation of walkers…an EverWalk Nation. Millions of us walking. Every day. Every person. Everywhere. Walking together to reverse the impact our sedentary lifestyles have on our collective health.

Joining EverWalk Nation is as easy as making a pledge to walk at least three times a week.  When you make the pledge, you will not only help us reach our goal of a million-plus members, you will receive information about upcoming events, contests/challenges, incentives, connecting with your fellow EverWalkers, training tips, inspiration Diana and Bonnie, and more.

Our first EverWalk event from Los Angeles to San Diego was a big success!  Thank you to all who walked with us in California and across the country.

The EW Hub


We are building THE WORD for all WALKERS everywhere.

We invite you to The HUB for all the information you seek about walking. As we develop our unique platform, week by week, we also invite you to weigh in as to what you’d like us to research and add to the mix.

Our Founders

Endurance maverick Diana Nyad, the first person in history to swim the 111 miles from Cuba to Florida non-stop, along with her Cuba swim expedition leader Bonnie Stoll, are once again dreaming big.

Diana and Bonnie want to turn America into a nation of walkers; an EverWalk Nation - where millions of people commit to getting away from their screens and into the great outdoors to walk – for mindfulness, for fitness, and for fun.

Sitting is the New Smoking

-Dr. James Levine, MD

It's taken us decades to become a largely sedentary society.

It’s time for an epic revolution.