WE CHALLENGE YOU!
We want you and your family to remove sugary beverages and drink more water!
If you are game, empower yourself and start making healthier choices.
The truth about sugar is bittersweet.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! In fact, it’s better if you can do the challenge with family and friends. It will create a greater impact in your community and will allow the entire group to support each other during the challenge.
You may feel headaches and have sugar cravings. Try consuming natural forms of sugar, such as fruit, honey or vegetables to curb the negative effects.
It’s okay. It’s better to make a mistake and get back into the challenge than to give up completely. Do the best you can and reach out to others for encouragement.
An average drinking glass holds approximately eight ounces of water, so it would be about eight glasses of water. If you drink out of a 20oz water bottle, you would need to drink three bottles. Try to have a designated water bottle that you drink out of, that way you will know that amount your drinking each time.
Consider purchasing an inexpensive water filter or add flavor from healthy, natural sources us as fruit.
We hope that there is no end for participants of the challenge. We would like everyone to continue their healthy habits and help share them with the rest of the community, beyond November. The Zero to 60 Challenge is a great starting point for long-term health improvement.
Register for the Challenge!
The following documents are provided to help you prepare and track your progress during the Zero to 60 Challenge.
Click on the images to download the printable files (PDF). If you have any questions regarding the Zero to 60 Challenge, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registered Participants / Organizations
Natalya Robbins Sherman
Delight M. Preston
Cheryl Crazy Bull
Rochelle G. Charley
The Cody Clan
Brandon P. Blodgett
Jan Marie Steele
Arviso Construction Co.
White Mountain Apache Tribe JOM Program
College Horizons, Inc.
Grand View School
Four Corners Regional Health Center
Con Alma Health Foundation
Ndee Bikiyaa, The People’s Farm
The STAR School
LDC-Dancing Eagle Human Resources
Muckleshoot Indian Tribe
San Ildefonso Pueblo Health and Human Services Division
Santa Ana Pueblo Community Wellness
Pascua Yaqui Boys and Girls Club
Pueblo of Laguna (Workforce)
Notah Begay III Foundation Staff
Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation
Tamaya Wellness Center
Zuni Youth Enrichment Project
Five Sandoval Indian Pueblos, Inc.
Kewa Health and Wellness Department
The STAR School
American Indian Community Housing Organization
Ramah Navajo School Board
Community Outreach and Patient Empowerment
Jemez Pueblo Public Health Department