It’s that time of year again! The 2019 Health First Mayors’ Fitness Challenge is slated to kick-off on February 2nd! Eleven Mayors in Brevard are challenging their citizens to get involved in a healthy competition – the Health First Mayors’ Fitness Challenge. Each Mayor will assemble the largest possible group of people from the community to form a city team. Everyone who joins for a municipality is considered part of that Mayor's "team." All you have to do is start moving and track it!
Satellite Beach will be hosting a kick-off walk this year at the David R. Schechter Center at 9 am on Saturday, February 2nd! Join your fellow participants for a 1.6 mile walk or run and meet vendors before the walk to find lots of opportunities to keep yourself moving for the challenge too! See full flyer here.
The 8-week challenge will end on March 30, 2019 and still feature the “Great Weight-Off” component. The individual top weight loser (calculated by percentage of weight lost) during the 8-weeks will win a $500 cash prize. To enter one or both of the challenges, visit uwbrevard.org.
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