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Who We Are
Carefully developed over 26 years, 100 Mile Club has been the ONE school-based program consistently leading the effort in prevention of childhood inactivity and obesity across the nation.
The 100 Mile Club presents students with a straightforward challenge: run, jog, or walk 100 Miles over the course of the school year.
With over 2,200 schools already on their way to 100 miles and another 2,500+ schools engaged and connected, 100 Mile Club is helping to create healthy, happy, connected kids
at over 4,800 schools across the country.
of obese children already have at least one risk factor for heart disease.
of girls are dissatisfied with their weight by age 8.
The inactivity and obesity epidemic now affects more than 30 percent of children, making it the most common chronic disease of childhood.
The age of 6 is when sociocultural factors start influencing body dissatisfaction, leading to pervasive negative body esteem.
Experts believe schools are a key setting for efforts to increase daily physical activity and prevent childhood obesity.
Taking a unique approach to prevent, reduce, and reverse childhood obesity and inactivity amongst school-age children, we make fitness opportunities available in schools and empower kids to set big goals, achieve them through daily physical activity, and achieve a healthy, active lifestyle they can maintain for life.
Our unique incentive packages celebrate and unify all students. Every year, our MILEstone tracking t-shirt color changes across the country. No matter where students are, their 100 Mile Club shirt will match those of every 100 Mile Club participant that year, creating team spirit nationwide!
from the blogs
Submitted by Peggy Tattersall, Head Coach JBE 100 Mile Club, Jacksonville Beach, FL “Do not let what you cannot do interfere with what you can do.” – John Wooden This is my fourth year being involved with our school’s 100 Mile Club program. But it is my first year as Head Coach. To be honest,[…]
Shared by Vicki Barron Submitted by Program Specialist, Karina Villaseñor I teach children with special needs Kindergarten – 3rd grades, and here is my 100 Mile Club story 😊 While planning a health unit, my assistant suggested we take the children out to walk a mile every day. She had previously done that with a class[…]
Contributed by Amanda Griffiths Shared by Program Specialist Sarah Torres Cascade Christian School Frederickson in Tacoma, WA is finishing their 10th consecutive year with the 100 Mile Club and have earned their 100 Mile Club Anniversary Banner! Here are a few words from their amazing coach, Amanda Griffiths: “Our 100 Mile Club program is special for many[…]
Sent in by Libby Lachman “What the 100MC has given Canyon View is bigger than just a PTA school program or a running club. It continues to be a regular celebration of success and kindness on campus. Our students are proud of their accomplishments and that of their teachers and peers. We see it in[…]
Presented by Coach Lyn Porter Submitted by Program Specialist Michelle Toulmin Allen Brook Elementary is a PreK -2 grade school with 370 students in Williston, VT. Coach Lyn Porter has done a wonderful job of making 100 Mile Club® inclusive, attainable, and enjoyable for all. She is a strong believer in the “No Excuses” pillar[…]
What’s the story with these 100 Mile Club® Tees? We see them everywhere! What color will the tee be this year? Our 2019-20 shirt color reveal video is below… The 100 Mile Club® t-shirts go back to 1992, and as we locate more pictures, we will post them here and on our Pinterest page. It’s[…]