What’s Your #PROOF?

Hank Hanna #PROOF


For the uninitiated: when a runner crosses a race finish line a photographer snaps their picture, and that photo is provided for review with a watermark that reads PROOF.

To a photographer, that word refers to an unedited copy waiting for approval before printing, but we think it can mean more: PROOF of a challenge taken and conquered, PROOF of endurance and inner strength, PROOF that we came, we saw, we ran our own race.

Here at FitFluential we know that people are running their own races, accepting their own challenges, and taking steps for a healthy lifestyle every day. And we want to help you acknowledge and celebrate that. Every day.







What did you do today to make yourself better than yesterday? To live a more healthy life?

How did you BRING IT?

Whether it was a kick ass workout, a healthy meal instead of greasy one, scheduling a routine physical, or playing with the kids at the playground, we want to know about it!

What’s your PROOF?


Say it loud and tweet it proud! Just hashtag your tweets with #FitFluential #PROOF so we can see.


Jill Hanner #PROOF
Jessica Morrison

Jess Milcetich #PROOF





  1. says

    Loving the #PROOF… getting ready to share mine right after I finish ripping down the ugly wallpaper in my kids bathroom.. got to fit it ALL in…then I’m heading out for a run to clear my mind and be my best FirFluential runner girl self.

  2. says

    #PROOF! – love it. Great back story explanation and definitely motivating! I will keep up my proof for sure in this inspiring community! 😀


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