(BEDFORD) - More than 70 women will record their final week of steps to complete "Women Out Walking."
Hoosier Uplands' began its first 12-week walking challenge on May 14
Four women are leading the effort with more than one million steps recorded after 10 weeks, including nearly 1.1 million from Ashlea Stigall, who has maintained her number one position for several weeks. The program concludes Aug. 5.
Below are results from the top 10 steppers, most improved and weekly prize winners after completing 10 weeks of W.O.W. through July 22.
Top 10 steppers
1. Ashlea Stigall: 1,077,200
2. April Colchin: 1,067,167
3. Debbie Stailey: 1,011,941
4. Becky Wright: 1,002,248
5. Kay Reeves: 960,254
6. April Goodpaster: 901,502
7. Glenda Duncan: 843,758
8. Tabitha Gabhart: 843,698
9. Yolanda Roe: 814,652
10. Alverta Hart: 795,010
Most improved: Yolanda Roe
Weekly challenge winners: April Colchin (Week 1); Ashlea Stigall (Week 2); Kay Reeves (Week 3); Lisa Grissom (Week 4); Candy Sykes (Week 5); Sandy Kendall (Week 6); Candice Davis (Week 7); Lisa Bell (Week 8); Lori Quebbeman (Week 9); and Rhea Myers (Week 10)
W.O.W. mission: To encourage women to lead healthier lifestyles by becoming more physically active. Using walking as the basis of the program, women are to track their steps everywhere they go and seek to improve their number of steps on a weekly basis.
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