What is MPC?

MPC offers an annual membership to help empower its members to achieve improved health, wellness and mindfulness. Members receive a daily training program, complete with variations to adapt the program to their own individual needs and athletic abilities; a choice of daily meal plans; access to trained coaches and the support and motivation of our global community of Peakers.

But that’s not all MPC does. In the past few years, MPC has raised millions of dollars in charitable donations, which have fully financed vital research projects for blood-cancer treatment, addressed environmental problems, and supported end-of-life care.

Meanwhile, our Peakers have gained mobility, rediscovered their confidence, become stronger and more healthy, broadened their experiences, travelled the world and made long-lasting new friends. They have empowered themselves and each other to indulge and grow their interests, to explore their communities and the world and, ultimately, to change their lives.

Join us now on the first step of your journey to a healthier lifestyle

Our Story

My Peak Challenge began with a call to action. In 2015, Sam Heughan challenged his fans to challenge themselves while raising funds for charity.

The message resonated, and the My Peak Challenge T-shirt became synonymous with unity and camaraderie.

In 2016, a 60-day training and nutrition program was designed to help members develop the foundation to meet their challenges. Thousands joined and a global community of Peakers was born.

In 2017, MPC grew again, offering our members a full 12 months of workouts and meal plans. The community swelled. For the first time celebrated in person, hiking and sweating, dining and dancing together at the first MPC gala in Scotland.

Since then, our global community of Peakers has raised more than $5 million for our charity partners. Lives have been changed. Friendships and extended families have been forged. Ambassador groups in dozens of countries around the globe wave flags of unity and community.

We have come so far, but we have so much further to go.