GenerationFIT was created by G101-3, it involves the importance of eating right and staying active. Through this website you'll find tips on how to eat better and how create a solid workout from home.

GenerationFIT is like your personal trainer & dietitian for FREE! We will help you utilize our local resources to stay fit as well. We've assembled a great team of sponsors who all believe in the GenerationFIT lifestyle, and all offer great opportunities for our community. Look for a GenerationFIT "Commit to Fit" stop and even score freebies!


You do not need to invest in expensive equipment or weights to do body exercises. In the video above we walk you through various exercises that you can do at home or at work. We partnered with Family Fitness Works to compile a list of exercises you can do below.

Exercise Sets/Reps
Walking Lunges 3/30
Scissor Kicks 3/30 (count each one)
Mountain Climbers 3/20 (count each one)
PushUps 3/12 (on knees are ok)
Air Squats 3/20
Butterfly Sit-Ups 3/20
Hip Bridges 3/15
Planks 3 sets (work up to 30-45 seconds)
Reverse Lunge 3/20 (per leg)
Reverse Crunch 3/20 (heels to heaven)
Inchworm 3/8
Superman's 3/10

Body mass index (BMI) is a measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to both adult men and women. Match up your height and weight to access your Body Mass Index. Use the chart below to gauge your wellness. Many other factors need to be considered, but this is a good gauge of your body mass and weight.







Get moving in one of Richmond's most beautiful areas. Hayes Arboretum offers miles of scenic walking trails and mountain bike trails. In addition to 352 acres of great views, along the way enjoy Hayes Arboretum's audio tours, bird sanctuary, water features, Indian mounds, turtle exhibits, and more. Hayes Arboretum main entrance is easily reached via I-70. Take Exit 156A west onto U.S. 40 approximately 2 miles. Turn north on Elks Road. Go 1/2 mile to main entrance.


Wayne County Challenge

You may be asking yourself “What is the Wayne County Challenge?” Don’t worry, you’re not alone. So here is a quick guide to the Wayne County Challenge and what it can do for you.

The Wayne County Challenge is a series of seven 5K’s and one 7K all around Wayne County that start in May and run through December. It’s a great opportunity to get out, get some exercise, meet new people, and support some great local causes. You don’t have to be a runner to enjoy the Wayne County Challenge, there are lots of people that enjoy just walking the courses at their own pace.

Also, keep in mind, you don’t have to do EVERY race. You can choose to be a part of any of the Wayne County Challenge races. However, if you do commit to several, you receive points for every race and you just may end up winning an award for your age division at the end of the season. If you really feel committed, you can buckle down and complete all 8 races. This is called “Elite 8″. Not many people make it to Elite 8 status, but you can do it. It’s not reserved for just runners, even a steady walker can receive this prestigious award.

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The 5K (3.1 miles) is your basic race. The Wayne County Challenge consists of all 5K's but one race. The 5K is great place to start for a newcomer in the running world. Most 5K's have water stations on the course for your taking and you can walk or run, or even do both! If you'd like to learn more about training for your first 5K, check out this site right here.


If you've never been on the Cardinal Greenway, you're missing out on one of Indiana's greatest treasures! The Greenway stretches across the state and is a safe place to walk, run, bike or jog. The trail is shaded for the most part and has great scenery; from bridges, to water, and even sometimes small animals. So gon out and get the bike, lace up your shoes, or go walk the dog on the famous Cardinal Greenway. Find out where to enter the trail here.