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The 100 Miles in 100 Days Challenge is a self-directed program designed to get you in the habit of being active every day. This program puts you in charge - you decide what time of day and where to walk. You can substitute running, biking, hiking, swimming and aerobics for walking as well.

Why are we walking?

Because walking even just one mile a day provides you with health and wellness benefits! By committing to walk 100 miles in 100 days, we're sure that you are more likely to continue making physical activity part of your daily routine even after the program ends.


How can you participate? Commit to walking at least one mile (approximately 20 minutes) each day. Visit to register. Begin walking on Wednesday, March 1, 2023 and keep track of your mileage! The goal is to walk every day; sometimes illness or traveling prevents that, but you must walk at least 5 days per week, for a total of at least 7 miles to receive credit for that week. Log your miles every day and keep your log visible – like on the refrigerator as a

reminder to walk and track your miles daily. If you are new to walking or being active, don’t be intimidated by time of distance; start walking for 5 minutes and build up a little every day. Keep in mind that any amount of activity is better than NO activity. Don't forget to follow the RVHN Facebook page for tips, motivation, and updates.


How do I log in my miles? We will provide you with a tracking log. Please keep your log up-to-date with your mileage. You must confirm your mileage electronically each month by following the monthly Google Form links located on the RVHN website. Do this after weeks 5, 10, and 14. Due dates are as follows:

• March mileage due by: 4/12

• April mileage due by: 5/18

• May/June mileage due by: 6/16

• Final logs must be turned in by 06/16.

Login sheets will be emailed and provided to you after payment has been received.


Get ready. Get set. Get moving!

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