A kick-off to make your January activity resolution a reality! Set your goal. Measure your progress. Make this the best year ever!
A global activity challenge to complete 6.2 miles of activities throughout the month of November. Register for free or make a suggested donation to HealthCode and Whole Planet Foundation.
An annual April challenge to complete one million miles of physical activity, together as one global community.
Registration Opens February 15th.
A July challenge to get active, enjoy different “activities”, push your personal goals, and have fun in the summer time!
Registration Opens May 15th.
A personal challenge to complete 26.2 miles (marathon) or 50 miles (ultra-marathon) or 100 miles (ultra-ultra-marathon) of running and/or walking throughout the month of October.
Registration Opens September 15th.
Interested in a private event wellness challenge for your organization on HealthCode's activity website, which hosts the above annual events? Contact Us.
HealthCode’s™ global virtual activity events support your busy life. You “race”, at your pace, at a time best for you! You decide your mileage goal and your activities – running to yoga. Whether you are looking for a weight loss challenge, interested in group fitness with your friends and coworkers, or just want to get in shape, HealthCode is for you! So off to the virtual races!
Use HealthCode’s activity logger to keep track of your progress or connect FitBit and MapMyFitness devices and apps. So if your goal is to complete a virtual 5k race or a longer virtual marathon, HealthCode has you covered.
Registration includes your private personal profile page, leaderboards, and being a part of the amazing HealthCode global community!
No required fee, however, registration contributions are tax-deductible and enable school children, low-income individuals and communities to participate; plus improve the program to better meet your needs.
HealthCode™ is a nonprofit 501 c3 nonprofit whose mission is to empower people to live healthier lives, free from preventable diseases.