TASBO is one of many organizations taking part in April's Million Mile Month wellness challenge.
HealthCode's Million Mile Month challenge kicks off April 1. It's a virtual local-to-global wellness challenge in which participants track physical activity – from walking to dancing to yoga to gardening – with a goal of reaching 1 million miles collectively as a global community in the month of April. It's a great team activity, which includes companies, school districts, and even the TASBO staff.
“The Million Mile Month challenge is a fun way to encourage people around the world to get off the couch and get moving this spring,’’ said Steve Amos, CEO and founder of HealthCode. “And as we are heading into Earth Month and looking forward to Earth Day on April 22, now is a great time to celebrate nature and get active outside.’’
Participating in the Million Mile Month challenge is simple. Participants sign up on the Million Mile Month registration page and log miles or minutes on the HealthCode online activity tracker.
Throughout the month, the program leaderboard is updated with miles achieved globally. Participants can join as an individual or as part of an organization. Employers and other organizations can register at https://healthcode.org/organizations.
HealthCode is committed to raising awareness on the powerful role of physical activity in living healthier, happier lives along with mindful nutrition and care for the environment. Whether it is an employer looking to develop a culture of wellness or an individual seeing to stay on track, HealthCode offers quarterly goal-based challenges with more than 80,000 participants and organizations across all 50 U.S. states and in more than 30 countries.