Atlanta, GA | May 28, 2020 — The team at FIX Health is pleased to announced the 2020 “#TrainingforanOutbreak” social media contest — the competition is working in tandem with Global Running Day, which falls on Wednesday, June 3 this year. The social media competition, a first for FIX Health, is a way for the company to celebrate the joys of running and to encourage others to get moving. The winner of the contest will win a $50 Amazon gift card and an exclusive FIX Health water bottle.

Interested participants should take a photo or screenshot of their run on Wednesday, June 3 — date and distance must be visible. To qualify as an entry, the photo must be coupled with a caption that includes both “#TrainingforanOutbreak” and #globalrunningday,” and the photo must be posted on either Instagram or Facebook. Entrants must also follow FIX’s Instagram account: @fixhealth, as well as our Facebook account: @FitnessInteractiveExperience and our Twitter account:@FIX_Health_. The winner will be selected randomly from the submitted entries and will be announced at 1pm EST on Thursday, June 4.

The inaugural Global Running Day, formerly known as National Running Day, was held on June, 1, 2016. On this day, more than 2.5 million people from 177 countries pledged to run more than 9.2 million miles. The worldwide celebration reminds us of the mental and physical benefits of running and the power of the running community.

For more information on Global Running Day and how to register for virtual races, visit their website at

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FIX Health is dedicated to defining the frontier of health entertainment. FIX revolutionized corporate wellness with the introduction of their zombie-themed walking challenge, “The Outbreak,” in 2017. Today, FIX leads the industry in health-based solutions for the corporate and consumer market. Their behavior first approach has awarded them a proven track record in delivering higher participation and customer satisfaction than traditional wellness programs.