Win a 1-year Subscription to Activacuity®

Contest Details

Inspire Health and Active at Altitude are teaming up to give 5 readers the chance to win a 1-year subscription to activacuity®, the guided imagery app for athletes. To enter, leave a Facebook comment with why you would like to benefit from the app, or how you would like to change your life.   

Activacuity® Creator and Owner of Active at Altitude, Terry Chiplin, will help us choose 5 winners based on their answers.  The winners will be announced November 6, 2017. 

About Activacuity®

“Listening to activacuity® is like a vitamin for my mind.”—Melissa, CO 

Endurance athletes and runners are raving about activacuity®, but you don’t need to be an athlete to benefit from the app.  If you want a different a life, you have to change who you are, and changing who you are comes from changing what you think.  This app helps people change the way they think, and create new positive pathways in the brain. 

With the right tools, anyone can become an optimist.  Don’t miss this opportunity to transform your life. 
To learn more about activacuity® visit:  
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