When we decided to host the Walk the Rock Walking Challenge I was a little apprehensive to structure the event as a competition. I was fearful that the contest would overshadow the original intention, which is simply to promote health. By framing this event as a competition there was the potential to create an environment that could pressure and cause animosity amongst team members rather than provide support…
Archives for May 2016
The cure for anything is salt water: sweat, tears or the sea. – Isak Dinesen
Nantucket Island is a cure-all, a natural remedy to soothe what ails you. With miles of beaches, bike paths and walking trails, as well as a plethora of amazing eating establishments, it’s easy to find health on Nantucket… if you know what you’re looking for.
How to find health…
Congratulations on completing the first week of the #WalkTheRock Walking Challenge! Below are the team rankings as well as the Top 10 individual steppers. We have been blown away by the step counts we have seen come in this past week. Keep up the good work!
Sitting is the new smoking…. We have gone from a lifestyle of constant movement to one of inactivity. Not too long ago we lived in a society where we grew our own food, hand scrubbed our own clothes, pumped and hauled our own water, and walked anywhere we needed to go. Flash forward 100 years and we spend most of our day sitting in a car, on the sofa, or at a desk and push buttons to complete the tasks that our ancestors had to exert a significant amount of energy to complete.