Meet the Champions

The Daily Mile Champions are superheroes responsible for helping to spread the word about The Daily Mile and its benefits for children, teachers, schools, families, and the community. Contact The Daily Mile today to see how you can join the movement to keep kids healthy and become part of this amazing team!

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Meet the Champions
Adam Marks

Adam Marks

SUPERPOWER

Health & Wellness Pro

CITY

Boston

STATE

MA

SUPERPOWER SUMMARY

I am a Master Trainer with the National Academy of Sports Medicine, a Community Coordinator for Healthy Kids Running Series and the co-chair of The Curley (Boston) School Health and Wellness Committee.

Maggie Lentz

Maggie Lentz

SUPERPOWER

Advocating for Children’s Health

CITY

League City

STATE

TX

SUPERPOWER SUMMARY

I'm a marathon and ultra-marathon runner who advocates for children’s health and running. I lead a campaign as an athletic speaker with the The Daily Mile across the Greater Houston area, and am also the Director of Operations for a multi-state program whose mission is to fight childhood obesity by exposing kids to the active lifestyles of their adult role models through neighborhood fitness.

As a Health & Wellness coach and a former elementary school teacher, I answered my calling in women’s health through skincare. I'm passionate about making a difference in other’s lives, and teach children that achievement is a mindset. You have to decide that you’re going to succeed, and then set a plan and put in the work to make it happen. One Day. One Action. One Habit at a Time.

Joyce McIntosh

SUPERPOWER

Making Connections

CITY

Anderson

STATE

SC

SUPERPOWER SUMMARY

I’m a retired teacher from the Pittsburgh area. I'm currently enjoying the milder winters in my new home state of South Carolina. When I was younger, I was a Scottish Highland Dancer and a college volleyball player. So I understand the value of exercise. I still walk 2 miles a day to keep fit. It's easy, requires no expensive equipment, and it’s good for my physical and mental health. The Daily Mile is also easy, and a great way to get kids exercising every day. Although my son is grown, I’m a Daily Mile Champion. I use my superpower to spread the word about The Daily mile. I've talked about it with my friends who have small children, so that they can introduce it to their children’s schools. And I've talked about it to our local superintendent of schools. You can make a Daily Mile difference in children's lives. Become a champion like me today!

Jake Roberts2

Jake Roberts

SUPERPOWER

Teaching

CITY

Charlotte

STATE

NC

SUPERPOWER SUMMARY

My name is Jake Roberts and I am originally from London, England. I teach in North Carolina and am proud to be a Daily Mile Champion. Educating children is my passion. I take pride in developing student's social skills and emotional intelligence. I enjoy developing the whole child. The Daily Mile allows my students to take an active, healthy and energizing break from their work. They encourage each other, improve their own fitness, and we bond as a class as a result. I love the simplicity of the Daily Mile and have loved helping to introduce it here in the US. As a Champion I help to introduce The Daily Mile to my colleagues in the educational community and beyond.