Little Elm Mayor's Fitness Challenge

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Welcome to the 2020 Mayor’s Fitness Challenge!

Fitness can be a challenge; it has been a big one for me. Since calling for the first Challenge in 2015, I have had the pleasure of meeting hundreds of residents whose lives have been changed as a result of this program. While the struggle never ends, taking this first step toward a healthier life has made a difference for many and could be the opportunity you have been looking for to embrace fitness as a regular part of your routine. 

Whether this is your first Challenge or your sixth, I hope you will join me and others from all over our community as we work together to stay active, get fit, and enjoy all of the health and recreation opportunities our Town has to offer.

Mayor David Hillock

Sign up for the 2020 Mayor’s Fitness Challenge

Thank you for your patience as we navigated through the COVID-19 pandemic and what it meant for the 2020 Mayor’s Fitness Challenge. We’re so excited to be back!

This annual challenge, started by Mayor David Hillock in 2015 is an intensive six-week program that begins on Monday, July 6 and runs through Friday, August 14.

The cost to participate is $25 for individuals and $65 for families. The family rate covers six immediate family members residing in the same household. Family memberships accommodate one or two heads of household, and all dependents must be under 23 years of age. 

Those participating in the program will set personal goals for weight loss or fitness and will receive weight loss tips, wellness coaching, workout instruction, and nutrition advice. Additionally, participants will receive a 30-minute free personal training session, T-shirt, and swag bag. All activities will be conducted online.

Register online or in person at the Little Elm Recreation Center, 303 Main Street, Little Elm. Download the registration form here

After registration, participants are encouraged to participate in the Mayor’s Fitness Challenge Kickoff Week beginning on Monday, June 29. Register during the Kickoff Week, too! Stay up to date and communicate with fellow participants by joining the MFC Facebook group.


What You Get

DAILY work-out moves that can be done at home or at the gym
WEEKLY videos and tips for a healthy lifestyle
WEEKLY online coaching sessions by our fitness gurus
ONE free 30 minute personal training session
A TEAM to cheer you on throughout the challenge
A 2020 MFC T-shirt
A starter pack full of healthy recipes, tips, eating out guide in Little Elm, and more
WEEKLY prizes and giveaways
Online parties to kick off and end the challenge
Fun online meetups and activities throughout the challenge


Schedule

June 29 - July 3
Kickoff Week
July 6Official start date
July 7Nutrition Night
July 8Social Night
July 9Family Fitness
July 11Sunrise 5k/10k Fun Run
July 12Zoom Workout
July 13Kids’ Night Out
July 15Class-a-thon
July 16Family Fitness
July 17Team Workout
July 19Zoom Workout
July 21Nutrition Night
July 23Family Fitness
July 24Jaws on the Beach
July 26Zoom Workout
July 27Field Day
July 30Family Fitness
July 31Spiked on the Beach
August 2Zoom Workout
August 4Nutrition Night
August 5Social Night
August 6Family Fitness
August 7Team Workout
August 9Zoom Workout
August 11Back to School Snow Cones
August 13
Family Fitness
August 14Movie in the Park
August 15Celebration 5k/10k Fun Run
August 19Celebration Dinner



Meet Your Coaches

Kelli

Kelli Wilsey

I train a wide variety of levels, from people who have never worked out before to athletes, especially those that just need that little push and accountability. Your health and fitness can never be a quick fix. It must become a lifestyle change because life doesn’t stop happening around us. It’s only when we intentionally put our health and fitness first that we are prepared for whatever comes our way. Beyond this, being healthy in body, mind, and spirit goes a long way in preparing us for life’s challenges.


Lisa

Lisa Perez

I started as a member of the Little Elm Recreation Center in 2013, and I instantly fell in love with the group fitness classes. I began taking many classes like Insanity, Zumba, and Step. The wonderful classes and great instructors inspired me to get my first certification as a Group Fitness Instructor. My passion, love for fitness, and helping others on their journey with fitness led me to become a NASM certified Personal Trainer. I have earned a Corrective Exercise certification and serve as a certified Nutrition Coach.


Kwan

Kwan Sadler

I am an ACE certified Personal Trainer and Nutrition Coach, and I am passionate about the interaction between nutrition and fitness. I specialize in small group training, group fitness, strength, and stamina. I believe in a holistic approach to health and fitness, and will guide you through every exercise, workout, and meal.


Laura

Laura Mikeska

A lifelong athlete and healthy living advocate, I have always been passionate about fitness and the impact it has on physical and mental health. I have been a Group Fitness Instructor at the Little Elm Recreation Center for over 5 years and teach several high energy classes. I love watching my community become active and connected through fitness, and I am so excited to lead my team to their goals!



For more information about Mayor’s Fitness Challenge, please contact the Fitness & Wellness Supervisor, Kylie Menocal, at kmenocal@littleelm.org or 972-731-1467.

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