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March Fitness Challenges

Keep Marching forwards with your goals this month, our five new online fitness challenges are ready to enter!

Don’t get knocked you off path, enter a challenge to stay focused and on track during March…

Put a Spring in Your Step 2022 – Step Challenge

Couple walking in countrysideEmbrace the changing of the seasons and (hopefully) warmer weather by clocking up as many steps as possible this March. Use your regular country walks and city strolls to boost your daily step count and increase your overall activity levels. How many can you track?

Connect your Fitbit or Misfit via connected devices to track your steps automatically.

Mash Those March Calories – Calorie Burn Challenge

Calories ChallengeHow many calories can you burn off during March?

All activity counts, simply track it in your planner or via a connected device such as Fitbit, Strava or MapMyRun to enter.

Swim It! Swim Distance Challenge

SwimmingMake a splash in the pool this March and see how far your lengths can take you!

Any stroke, any pool (or sea!), any time, just log your swim distances in your online planner or via a connected device to enter.

Map Your March Mileage – Run Challenge

Runner lacing up her trainers ready for a run challengeWe’re challenging you to lace up your running shoes, fire up your fitness tracker and boost your running mileage during March. What distance can you achieve?

All running counts, simply track it in your planner or via a connected device such as Fitbit, Strava or MapMyRun to enter.

Cycling Centurian – 100 Mile Cycle Challenge

Lady cycling on country roadOn yer bike! We’re challenging you to clock up 100 miles by 31st March 2022 using pedal power alone.

Will you become a cycling centurion? Can you reach a double or even a triple century? The further you go the higher up the leader board you will climb.

Outdoors, on the turbo, or on your exercise bike, all cycling counts, simply track it in your planner or via a connected device such as Strava, Fitbit or MapMyRun to enter.