A Competition Between Friends, University of Wyoming Extension and Virginia Cooperative Extension
Have you ever run faster on a treadmill at the gym, because the person next to you won’t stop? Competition might be the way to go to increase fitness levels, and the University of Wyoming and the Virginia Cooperative Extension is testing this theory with a new fitness program.
The FitEx competition, which runs through May, is meant to promote healthy lifestyles by having participants set fitness goals, creating an accountability system to reach those goals, and increasing overall health outcomes. Teams will work together to improve physical activity, as well as eat more fruits and vegetables. And the best news? It’s open to everyone, so sign up today and see if you can beat Old Dominion and the Equality State.
Click here and catch up to other competitors today.