Join the FPN team for the Hoka One One “Run the L” Challenge!

Ever want to Run the L?  Looking for a challenge to get you out of the house and into exercising at your own pace?

The Foundation for Peripheral Neuropathy is partnering with Lifetime Fitness for the Hoka One One “Run the L” Challenge.  This unique challenge calls on participants to run, walk or wheel the distance of Chicago’s elevated train system – 131 miles over 8 weeks- from anywhere in the U.S.!   You can complete the challenge in your own neighborhood- on your own, as a relay with a buddy, or with a group!

The goal is to get out and have fun – so let us know if you are interested but want to adjust the challenge to your capabilities.

Lindsay Colbert, FPN Executive Director, will be taking on the challenge and is our first member of the FPN virtual Team!  Join Lindsay and the FPN virtual team for the HOKA ONE ONE “RUN THE L” CHALLENGE!

When: Challenge runs from August 10- October 4, 2020
Register by: September 1, 2020

Use our code, TFFPNRUNSL20, to save $15 on your registration – plus each entry will earn $10 toward our charity!

Want to do more to help FPN?

Ask your friends to support you in your challenge! 25 cents per mile or more will provide you and your friend Premium Membership in FPN – and contribute to our mission of providing educational, support and research programming to improve the lives of patients with peripheral neuropathy. You can share our donation page here to your friends and family

Need More Information?

For information on how to register, how to track and even backdate miles, and other information: [minti_button link=”https://www.foundationforpn.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/How-to-join-the-Foundation-for-Peripheral-Neuropathy-Run-the-L-Team.pdf” size=”small” target=”_blank” lightbox=”false” color=”color-1″ icon=””]click here.[/minti_button]

For FAQs about the challenge: [minti_button link=”https://runsignup.com/Race/RUNTHEL/Page/faqs” size=”small” target=”_blank” lightbox=”false” color=”color-1″ icon=””]click here.[/minti_button]

Still more questions?  Contact us at [email protected]

 

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