MPC2021

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Who we are

Founded by actor, philanthropist and Outlander star Sam Heughan, My Peak Challenge is a global movement dedicated to educating and inspiring its members to live healthier, happier, and more balanced lives while raising funds to change lives. We are proud to have raised more than $5 million dollars for our charity partners to date.

what we do

We believe challenge promotes personal growth. Your challenge can be physical: run a 10K or climb a mountain; or nonphysical: learn to play guitar, take up sewing, or become a great chef. Our coaches will give you the tools to succeed, and our international family of Peakers will empower and motivate you. In the end, you change your life while raising funds to support the vital work of our charity partners.

how it works

Our ethos is simple: help yourself while helping others. We offer an online curriculum that includes a daily training program, yoga sessions, choice of meal plans, and access to the support of our 14,000+ members in 83 countries – and we donate 50% of membership dues to our charity partners.

Move

Train with world-class instructors

Daily training videos adaptable to all fitness levels

Work out at home or in a gym

Functional fitness, cardio, yoga, recovery techniques

New program monthly; join any time

Eat

Daily meal plans for omnivores and vegetarians

Tasty, easy-to-make recipes

Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack

Designed by nutritionist

Ideal for people on the go

Community

Global family of Peakers

14,000 members in 83 countries

Acceptance, camaraderie, motivation

Local, in-person meetups

Support through struggles and successes

Give

Help yourself while helping others

More than $5 million raised so far

After my husband died in 2017, MPC brought me back to life by getting me out of my chair and onto the trails in Santa Barbara with the SoCal Peakers. In October 2020, I relocated to Sacramento to be near my daughters and grand-daughter. MPC makes this transition possible. Not only by being healthy and physically capable of making such a big move, but through the ability to connect with a new group of Peakers.

— Shelly D

MPC has given me SO much! It’s provided tools and a community that made my life better in numerous ways. I’ve connected with wonderful Peakers who have shared interests who have become cherished friends.

— Karen R

MPC has helped me grow physically, emotionally and spiritually. MPC – with its message of philanthropy – has helped me define my values and live a life that reflects those values. I now volunteer twice a week in my community.

— Sarah B

This program and group of people is changing my life.

— Suzanne K

MPC has taught me to believe in myself and others in ways I never knew possible.

— Emily A

I’m healthier, fitter, stronger, happier, have made wonderful new friends. At 48 years old, I’m a great example of eating and exercising for well-being for my children. I couldn’t imagine not being a member.

— Brooke A

Since joining MPC, I have gained confidence, strength and an incredible community of support and friendships. Thanks to this program, I’m running half marathons, triathlons , exploring the outdoors more than ever, working out 5 days a week and always looking for new challenges to conquer!

— Nicole B

Joining MPC has given me my life back. I was working through some health challenges and needed a fitness element and MPC was the right fit.

— Stacey B

I was 65 when I joined MPC. Overweight, dealing with breast cancer and rheumatoid arthritis. Being single and retired, I needed to take control of my health. Following Coach Valbo’s program faithfully every day, I reached my healthy weight and am maintaining it. I am strong and in the best health I’ve ever been.

— Rebecca T

When I discovered My Peak Challenge, I had been in quarantine. Not being able to do anything was taking a toll on my mental health. I found MPC and honestly gave me a sense of purpose and challenge. I did Spartan races in the past and could no longer do them or go to the gym. I had a sense of connection with a community again.

— Susie T