Are you ready to sweat it out this summer?
We're laying down the challenge for moms to keep moving over these tough summer months with our "SUMMER SWEAT IT OUT CHALLENGE"!
Complete 60 or 120 miles in 60 days**
**You have from June 1st thru August 31st to complete 60 or 120 miles in 60 days. You choose any date to begin, but once you do, your clock starts ticking and you only have 60 days to get in your miles! 
Let's keep moving this summer!
Register Today by sending $25 via PayPal to
We will have a private Facebook group for those participating in the challenge to keep each other motivated and on track.

Q:  How much does this challenge cost?
The cost to participate in the challenge is $25.
Q. What is included in the cost of the challenge?
Participants will be added to a private Facebook group to keep each other motivated and on track, coordinate group runs/walks and receive nutrition guidance and weekly running tips. Participants also receive a premium completion SHIRT/TANK and facebook graphic for bragging online :).
Q: How do I track my miles?
We recommend using a running app which keeps all of your runs/walks filed, such as charity miles; RunKeeper; Nike+; or Mapmyrun.  If you do treadmill runs, you can take a photo of the treadmill screen at the completion of the run and save it.  If you have a Garmin watch or similar GPS watch, it will also keep/track your runs and you can upload to a computer.   

Q: Do I have to run?
NO!! This is a running or walking challenge, designed to help keep you moving and motivated this summer! 

Q: How do I decide if the 60 in 60 or 120 in 60, is right for me?
The 60 miles in 60 days challenge is our standard Sweat it Out Challenge, and not easy to complete for most people, especially during summer months. However, if you are already logging regular weekly mileage and feel you want more of a mileage challenge, then 120 in 60 is for you.

Please note that we do not want anyone getting injured through this challenge-- and suddenly ramping up mileage can lead to injury!  So if you have not been running much recently, please stick with the 60 mile challenge, and remember, you can get those 60 miles in however you'd like over the 60 days, so you may want to start off with shorter runs/walks and build up to longer runs/walks later in the 2 months to reduce the likelihood of injury. 
Questions?  Contact