3 posts tagged with Walk for 1 in 100.

Why Walk for 1 in 100 with ACHA in 2020?

by Jared Gould on Tuesday, Mar 03, 2020

In my last post in the series Pedaling the Pounds Off, I discussed how I managed to lose weight in Washington, D.C. through walking.

After successfully losing weight by biking, I worried that living in D.C. without my bike would make losing weight more difficult. I could diet in D.C., but it seemed walking would burn fewer calories than cycling. 

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An Inspiring Walk for 1 in 100 Experience

by Jennifer Rogers on Wednesday, Nov 20, 2019

I attended the first-ever Walk for 1 in 100 in Nashville, TN, back in September. I had the date marked on my calendar for months and was highly anticipating the event. I formed a team named “Heartstrong,” because I felt it best described who I am. I shared the event via Facebook and started my own fundraising page.

 

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The Very First Walk for 1 in 100

by Kelly DiMaggio on Monday, Apr 29, 2019

The inaugural Walk for 1 in 100 series kicked off this past Saturday at Wheaton Park in Maryland, and was nothing short of a rousing success! As I sit down to write this, I'm still struggling with exactly what I want to say. There are no adequate words to describe not only the walk itself, but everything leading up to it—there was so much pure emotion associated with it all. However, if I had to pick three words to sum it all up, it would be love, support and passion. An abundance of love, support and passion! 

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