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Registration opens March 1

We're excited for Minutes in Motion 2023. Sign up begins Wednesday, March 1. See you soon!


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March 27 - May 7 

2023 activity challenge

Join our six-week community physical activity challenge. It’s a fun way to get moving this spring. Besides the payoff of better health, there's a chance to win great prizes!

What is Minutes in Motion?

Minutes in Motion is a FREE six-week community physical activity challenge. The goal of the challenge is to complete 30 minutes of physical activity each day. Reach this goal at least 5 days per week to be entered to win great prizes. All activity counts as “Minutes in Motion,” so do something you enjoy! Play with your kids, work in your garden or take your dog for a walk. Track daily or weekly. For weekly drawings, you must track your minutes by midnight on Monday to be entered to win.

Who can take part?

Anyone! Any age or fitness level can participate in Minutes in Motion. This is an individual challenge for 2023 with the goal to focus on YOU!

What's new this year?

A brand new wellness portal powered by Virgin Pulse. For frequently asked questions, click here.

How can I win prizes*?

For a chance to win our $500 grand prize, complete the goal of 30 minutes of activity each day for at least 30 days of the challenge. Tracking is due by May 10. In addition, more prizes will be awarded throughout the challenge.

*Prizes are reported as taxable income.

Join us on National Walking Day

April 5 is National Walking Day. Grab your co-workers, friends, kids, dog or head out solo for a walk. Take a picture and tag us on social media using the hashtag #MIMWalkingDay for a chance to win fun prizes!

Learn more

Like our Facebook page: Gundersen Minutes in Motion

Our sponsors
Mid-West Family La Crosse, News 19, La Crosse Tribune, Gundersen Medical Foundation

Mark your calendar

  • March 1 - Registration opens
  • March 27 - Challenge begins
  • May 7 - Challenge ends
  • May 10 - Final tracking due
  • May 15 - Prize winners announced

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