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Get on the Road to Fitness

Active Marion Project (AMP) is a project of the Marion County Hospital District. AMP acts as a challenge to residents of Marion County to get up and running (or walking) towards healthier lifestyles. Through community and workplace initiatives, fun challenges and events and free diet and exercise tips, AMP aims to motivate the community to become healthier, together.

With a focus on fitness and nutrition in a fun and competitive environment, we are promoting a culture of health to residents of Marion County. This culture will ultimately help us prevent chronic, long-term illnesses such as obesity, diabetes and heart disease.

AMP - Active Marion Project

What is new with Active Marion Project?

Map My Miles

Ever wonder how far you have walked or wish there was a map that would let you know how many steps you have taken? Then, here ya go! AMP has created maps for popular areas in Marion County that you may visit. Click on the maps below to view:

App Team Challenges

Quarter 1 2021 has ended and we are excited to recognize our top three teams who earned the most steps and points on the AMP 2 App: 

  2. GOLD: The Training Toole 
  3. SILVER: Team Cone 

Congratulations and keep moving toward your goals! 

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Right now is a stressful time, but AMP is here to help relieve some stress and help with your physical and mental health. Connect with us on our social and digital platforms (@activemarion) to view our content and videos.

Thanks for visiting the Active Marion Project website and learning more about us.

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Updates for AMP and more information can be found on our social media pages. Connect with us @activemarion and #jointhemovement. Then, feel free to share any of our content and updates with your friends.

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