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MOVE 2021

January is notoriously a tough month to get outside, given the snow, rain, and cold temps - not to mention short daylight hours and now COVID (seriously?!). This year we’re going to fix that. For 31 days this January, you don’t have to make a decision to get outside. You’re just going to do it!  

The challenge is simple. Run or walk, outside for at least 30 minutes a day, for all 31 days in January. Although distance and speed don’t matter, you’ll be able to log your daily minutes and kms to see how much distance you cover!

Challenge Details

  1. Run or Walk at least 30 minutes, every day in January

  2. After your run/walk, post the details online HERE

  3. Pledge $50, $20 of which goes to the Alzheimers Society of Canada.

  4. Complete every day and have a shot at winning weekly 4x weekly and 1x grand prize


Not only are you going fly into 2021 with Huge momentum, but you’ll also stand to win some great prizes

A brand new, 30-minute full-body workout

Exclusive to the Move 2021 Challenge - 

This workout has been put together specifically to compliment the 2021 challenge. 

In 30 minutes, you’ll….


-SWEAT out some of Decembers excess

-MOBILIZE stiff joints and improve posture

-STRENGTHEN your core, arms, and legs. 


Your 30-minute workout doesn’t require any equipment and it’s scalable for all levels and specific goals.


See if you can complete the MOVE workout twice a week, this January….



Weekly Prizes… 

4 people will win a 1 on 1 Coaching session. You’ll go through a personal inventory of where you’re at, where you want to get to, and how you’ll do it.

Grand Prize

1 person will win a 6-week Coaching package valued at over $600. You’ll get; a movement and lifestyle assessment. Weekly workouts, a nutrition plan, healthy habits accountability as well as 3x coaching calls





Facebook Group

Join our Facebook Group, share posts, ask questions, and give support to all the participants.

Strava Club

Join our Strava Club and post your activities. Support other challenge participants. And you can even use Strava to find new routes in your neighborhood.

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