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2016 Try Boro Clinic Dates

April 7, 2016

April 14, 2016

April 21, 2016

April 28, 2016

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What is 100%


What is 100%


Time to get kids active in 2013.  It does not matter if a child plays soccer, basketball, tag, or even a nice run, as long as they are active.  So let’s celebrate all activities that gets kids fit.  That is the intention of Try Boro 100% Challenge, where each percentage point of the 100% counts as an activity.  Therefore, if your child participates in 15 different activities in a particular month, then they earned 15 percentage and are on their way to 100%.  

GENERAL INFORMATION FOR THE 100% CHALLENGE:

  • Starts on January 3rd
  • Ends on May 3rd and will be celebrated at the Try Boro 2.5K/5K Run
  • Kids needs to log 100 different activities from January 3rd to May 3rd.
  • There is no cost
  • To receive recognition at the Try Boro 2.5K/5K Run (5/3) you will need to fill out the form. 

Participants from the 2012 100% Challenge being recognized at halftime of an MTSU football game.

Please fill out the survey below if you plan on participating in the 100% Challenge and completing it by May 3rd.

Name *
Name
Participating in the 100 percent Challenge? *
Will you be participating in the Try Boro Run on May 3rd?

100% Booklet


100% Booklet


The Try Boro 100% Challenge starts on January 3rd and ends on May 3rd at the Try Boro Kids 2.5K/5K Run.  Want to track your activity and see if you can make it to 100%?  Below are the pages of the booklet.  Just go ahead and download the files and start today!

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Click picture to download Cover

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Click picture to download inside cover

Click picture to download 100% Map

Click picture to download 100% Map

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Click picture to download training log

How to Paricipate


How to Paricipate


It is as easy as 1 - 2 - 3.

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First, receive a booklet or download from our website.  You can also email us and we will mail you a copy.  Email us your name and address to info@tryborokids.org.

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Second, start logging your activities with our training log and map.

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Third, when you are sure you will be able to finish the 100% by May 3rd, fill out the survey online and come to our 2.5K/5K Run on May 3rd to turn in your map/log for recognition.

What is 1%?

Now that are ready to start filling in your log sheet and map.  You probably want to know what is an activity that would count for 1%.

Activity or 1% is any activity that gets your child out and active, preferrably for 45 minutes.  It is something that excites your child, gets them moving, and of course is fun.  An activity can also be a practice for a sport or even outside recess.  

Examples of Activity that should count as 1%:

  • Running with a parent or friends for about one mile
  • Playing basketball with friends
  • Riding your bike around the neighborhood
  • Soccer practice for your rec team
  • A soccer game, either for fun or on a team through MSC Rec program
  • Swimming for fun or for practice on a swim team
  • Playing tag with friends outside for about 45 minutes
  • Going for a walk with your dog
  • Playing baseball in the park
  • A flag football game through One Goal Sports
  • Gymnastics 
  • Participating in a Try Boro event or clinic
  • ...and anything else that you, as a parent, feels should count as an activity

Examples of Activity that should NOT count as 1%: 

  • Walking in the mall
  • Playing xBox or other games
  • Watching TV
  • Going to the store with parents
  • Eating dinner
  • Any normal walking in the day (activity should be above and beyond normal routines)
  • ...anything else that does not promote activity and fitness