Take Steps to Improve Your Health!
2019 Step Challenge
April 25 - September 15, 2019
What Moves You?
Take Steps to Improve your Health with Athletes vs Epilepsy!
Register today for the Athletes vs Epilepsy Step Challenge.
The 26-day challenge begins April 25th and lasts throughout the summer!
Did you know that you do not need to run marathons or triathlons to see improvements in your health? You may get a lot of fitness and emotional gains from a small amount of low impact, daily walking!
*Regular brisk walking can help you:
- Maintain a healthy weight
- Prevent or manage various conditions, including heart disease, high blood pressure and type 2 diabetes
- Strengthen your bones and muscles
- Improve your mood
- Improve your balance and coordination
Join today by clicking the registration button above and:
- *Set your step goal for 26 days. (*2,000-10,000 steps or more, it’s up to you, or try to walk for at least 30 minutes a day.)
- After 26-days, you can restart your step challenge goals by simply continuing with the challenge for another 26-days.
- Set your fundraising goal. (Kick start your fundraising efforts! Be the first to donate to your page so that others know you are committed.)
- A customizable fundraising page to share with others that describes why you are participating and ask for their support with a donation;
- Fundraising tips to help you with your efforts;
- An invitation to sign up and track your steps through our Strava Step Challenge Team app.
Register today and join other Athletes vs Epilepsy raising funds to help stop seizures and find cures for epilepsy. Your efforts will raise awareness for the more than 3.4 million people in the U.S. living with the challenges of epilepsy.
We wish you much success on your fitness journey!
*While the Athletes vs Epilepsy Step Challenge is a unique opportunity for you to improve your wellbeing, it is important that you do so under the guidance of your medical team. If you are unable to participate in the step challenge, we hope that you can support someone who can, do an alternate exercise to walking, or register for another Athletes vs Epilepsy campaign.
The Step Challenge is solely owned by Epilepsy Foundation's Athletes vs. Epilepsy. The Epilepsy Foundation does not endorse specific products or services and encourages people living with epilepsy to work with their healthcare team in exploring treatment options.