On 20th July, team up with friends to crawl-walk-run 47 km in total. 

On 20th July 1969: One small step... It always starts with one small step. Let's do that and help others do that too.

"That's one small step for (a) man, one giant leap for mankind." - Neil Armstrong on landing on the moon on 20th July, 1969

Over next month, motivate and excite friends, who put together, will crawl-walk-run 47 km on 20-21 July 2016. It could be 47 of you doing 47 km or 10 doing 47 km. It doesn't matter, make the most of this fun prime number. 

1 km x 47 homo-sapiens = 47 km
4.7 km x 10 homo-sapiens = 47 km
or any other permutation - combination to get to 47 km

If you already run, become Michael Collins for those who don't yet. Help them take their first step in the right direction and change their lives forever.

Aldrin on Moon. Armstrong is the one taking the pic. (Pic source: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/9c/Aldrin_Apollo_11.jpg)

People know Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, but you wouldn't know the guy who made it possible for them to step on the moon, Michael Collins. He piloted the command spacecraft alone in lunar orbit, until Armstrong and Aldrin returned to it just under a day later for the trip back to Earth. Collins was originally slated to be the Command Module Pilot (CMP) on Apollo 8 but was removed when he required surgery on his back.

We have started with Move-Mint, a running podcast for all, from beginners to seasoned, to those who should run but don't yet. The first episode will go live on 24th. We'll help you train for Moon Move-Mint. 

 

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