365 Mile Challenge Motivates Women to Get Outdoors in 2018

365 Mile Challenge Motivates Women to Get Outdoors in 2018


SALT LAKE CITY, UT. – Dec. 7, 2017 – Today Go Adventure Mom introduced its second annual 365 Mile Challenge to get women outdoors for one self-propelled mile a day beginning January 1, 2018. The program provides motivation and inspiration for women around the world who connect and support one another through social media.


“We are thrilled to offer this challenge.” Kathy Dalton, CEO and Founder of Go Adventure Mom said, “We want women to connect with themselves, to connect with friends, and to connect with nature. When we set small and simple daily goals, big things can happen.”


We all know the holiday season with its shopping, organizing, and entertaining can be a stressful (and wonderful) time of year when self care may get pushed aside. Go Adventure Mom believes women are better versions of themselves when they get outdoors. The one self-propelled mile a day will remind them to make the effort to pile on the layers and go sledding (think pulling sled up the hills), cross-country skiing, walking, snowshoeing, or biking. The endorphins from the outdoor activity will keep the winter blues and cabin fever at bay.


Whether it’s a fitness goal or a mental well-being goal, getting into nature, even on the coldest of days, is scientifically proven to boost energy, lower stress levels, and improve mental well-being. If you’re not sure whether you can get out everyday for one mile, try it for a week. Starting today, women may sign up for a 7-day free trial 7 miles in 7 days by going to http://www.365MileChallenge.org . Post your successes, get motivation, tell your stories, and connect with a community of outdoor women.


The official challenge for 2018 starts January 1, 2018 but anyone may join before or after that date. The 365 Mile Challenge $25 registration fee is just enough to keep you invested in the challenge. Participants receive a challenge headband, chance for gear giveaways, gear tips, and a connection to community of supportive women. In order to sign up for the challenge today to get ready and motivated for the new year.


With winter fast approaching and colder temperatures in the horizon, the 365 Mile Challenge is the most convenient way to remind yourself to get outdoors.


Sources: Journal of Environmental Psychology, 1995; Journal of Environmental Psychology, 2005; Psychological Science, 2012

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