100 Days of Pinkathon 2019

100 Days Of Pinkathon, 100 Days of Running!!!

The objective of this event is to encourage the habit of regular activity within the growing Pinkathon community !

The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention recommend for adults, 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise, such as brisk walking, or 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic exercise, such as jogging or running, every week..

For maximum benefit you must-

1. Keep Moving Daily - Run a minimum distance of 3 km every day for 100 days. If you like, and you feel strong and comfortable, you can increase the distance gradually. You may do as many kms as you wish over and above 3 kms.

The Mantra is Be Regular, Be Consistent, Be Unstoppable...

2. Combine running with simple strengthening exercises. Different combinations of simple exercises of short duration to be done daily, will be posted on this website at the start of the 100 days challenge.

3. Set a realistic Goal - What would you like to achieve on the 100th day?

You Can - Lose Weight, improve Stamina, build over all fitness, develop a healthy mind & life-style, better manage mental stress, Depression or anxiety.

The Power to Change and Take Control of Your Health is within you.

Dedicate this Run to the person in your life who needs you most.


Participants will Receive
1. 100 days of Pinkathon T Shirt to all registered participants

2. Medal on successfully completing 100 Days of Pinkathon Challenge

3. Online certificate to all participants
1. What is 100 days of Pinkathon?

100Days of Pinkathon is a challenge to keep you committed and moving and active by running as LOW as a minimum of 3 km a day.

2. What's the duration of the run?

100 Days Of Pinkathon, 100 Days of Running!!!
Run 100 days and challenge yourself with Pinkathon, we are starting the challenge on 24th August 2019 and we finish on 2nd December 2019.

3. What is the Running Plan?

For 100 days, you need to run minimum of 3 km daily. Just keep running daily for one hundred days and discover a new road to health.

4. Where do I need to run to take part in the event?

There is no restriction on where you can run. Indoor or outdoor, any place.

5. How do I start running ?

If you are running after a long time, or for the first time, start with a walk/run program. Taking street lamps/poles as reference, walk one pole distance and run one pole distance till you complete 2km. As you get more comfortable and your stamina improves, walk one pole distance and run two poles distance, and increase the running distance in this way, till you can run the entire 2km distance comfortably.

6. What if I face injury or pain?

You must pay close attention to your body and listen for the first signs of any discomfort or pain and stop and walk if needed. Run a distance and speed with which you are comfortable. If discomfort lasts for more than 2 days, consult a physiotherapist.

7. How do I avoid injury ?

Choose a running path that has less traffic and is as even and smooth as possible. Run at a comfortable speed without panting or breathlessness. If you feel any pain slow down. If pain persists after slowing down, stop and rest. Regularly practise the strengthening exercises and mild stretches that will be shown on the website.

8. How fast should I run ?

Run at a speed at which you can talk comfortably. If you are panting, you are going too fast. If you get out of breath or feel breathlessness, stop and rest, then start again slowly.

9. How will you validate the data submitted by runners?

Runners are expected to run and exercise regularly at a pace that is comfortable for them individually. Its is not a race. There are no prizes for speed or maximum distance. There will be recognition for regularity.

10. What is the registration fee for this event?

INR 250 (inclusive of taxes)

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