5-Day Walk Challenge » Kim S. Hawkins

5-Day Walk Challenge April 12th – 16th, 2021


The monthly Walk Challenge is fun, motivating, and gives participants the encouragement they needed to step into their health goals for 2021 with more clarity and determination. Join by registering here.

Here are three quick tips to help you set up your own Walking Goal for 2021 and beyond.

1.  Make it matter. When you have a clear vision of why you want to do the thing, you will move heaven and earth to make it happen.

2.  Ask for help. Many times when trying something new a roadblock or obstacle appears early on, this is a make or break point. Do NOT be afraid to ask for help. Someone else’s perspective can help you see beyond the challenge.

3. Find your cheerleaders! We were made for community. Know who your people are and let them cheer you on. They will stand in the gap for you when you can’t see the finish line.

 Don’t just take my word for it! Here’s a few quick wins and testimonials from recent Walk Challenge participants.

I did it! I showed up for myself everyday this week and moved my body!!!

Melissa

Walk with Kim got me off my butt! Kim shares loads of great information, at the end of 5 days I was 2.5 pounds lighter and I can’t to get the prize I won 🤩

Ruby

Win was losing a pound and meeting some incredible ladies.

Tracy

That I kept at it all five days and got me at least hopefully back in the habit.

Janet

I love the community and the support to help work towards my goals. It was great to hold myself accountable for making sure I walked and starting to create healthier habits.
Heather

I have been wanting to start walking every day for a long time but always had some excuse or another. When you invited me to this challenge, I thought, “I can survive for five days.” Well, those short five days have given me the inspiration to do what I have always wanted to do and that is to run a marathon. I have a long way to go before being able to do that but one result of this challenge is that I walk every day now and am close to my goal of 15,000 steps per day. After that goal is reached and achieved for seven consecutive days, the running and training for a marathon begins! I will be 56 tomorrow and if I can do this, anyone can.
Michelle