The Men’s Health Virtual Run is a brand new concept that brings runners from all walks of life together to strive towards a common goal – clocking in 100,000 km in 2 months. The goal is to individually clock in 100km, and collectively hit the 100,000km mileage. Participants simply need to clock in the distance for the Virtual Run using their running devices – be it their daily routine runs or a race, making each run more meaningful and rewarding.
This inaugural first of its kind event kickstarts on 1st November 2016 and ends on 31st December 2016.
RUN YOUR OWN RACE. AT YOUR OWN PACE. AT YOUR OWN TIME.
Need Motivation? – We got your back!
This innovative event rewards participants with great prizes as they hit mini milestones. You will receive rewards as you accrue your mileage and achieve certain distances – 5km, 21km, 42km, 100km. Each level allows the runner to redeem various prizes from ASICS vouchers to Spa treatments, to golf packages and so much more.
Get your money’s worth – You do the math
The Sign Up Rewards are worth $128 and are given to each participant with no registration fee required. You can see how lucky you can get with over $15,000 worth of lucky draw prizes to be won. These perks definitely complement the slew of fun social media challenges that will help shape this event into a fun, exciting and purposeful one.
What the Celebrity Runners have to say
Singaporean actor and host Allan Wu who is also a participant of Men’s Health Virtual Run, said: “The Men’s Health Virtual Run will be an exciting time for everyone to work together with one common goal of getting in better shape and fitness through running, so let’s get synced up and go!”
Jeri Chua, former magazine editor turned endurance athlete, said: “Every epic adventure starts with a single step.”
Jeri competed in several international ultra races including the Tor des Geants – a 330km race through the Italian Alps.
“When I run an ultra, there’s never a guarantee that I’ll finish, but it’s all about the journey, and what I learn along the way. 100km might seem impossible at first, but you’ll be surprised what you can achieve if you just keep moving. This challenge could be the start of a life-changing experience, so get out there and take that first step!”