P.A.C.E. Fitness Foundation will soon be announcing what the
next P.A.C.E. Trek challenge will be. Make sure to check
back to this site for
on this free event!
P.A.C.E. Founder, Paul Staso, is
available for school assemblies globally (grades K-12), as well as
presentations at other settings. He has a motivational
& fitness message.
with what's happening with P.A.C.E. through our online blog. You'll
about Paul Staso's preparations for
P.A.C.E. Trek events, and read quality
P.A.C.E. Fitness Foundation encourages, educates,
inspires and motivates children worldwide to adopt life-long
habits toward a healthy lifestyle; to expand their
knowledge of the world around them; and, to pursue their
goals and dreams with the abilities they possess. We invite
you to explore this site,
view pictures, and learn how we're working to achieve
This is a common question!
P.A.C.E. stands for "Promoting Active Children
Everywhere" and that is precisely what our
aims to do through our unique and effective efforts. Our
primary tool for promoting active children worldwide
is our annual "P.A.C.E. Trek" journeys which allow
children to virtually run and walk with ultra-endurance
athlete Paul Staso as he actually treks solo across states/countries, teaching and motivating via an
have a page for The P.A.C.E. Fitness Foundation on the popular Facebook
web site. Please run over to
page and "like" it!
See P.A.C.E. on YouTube!
can watch P.A.C.E. television news videos, Paul's roadside
reports, and more at our YouTube
what's this about Paul's solo run across the Mojave Desert??
P.A.C.E. Founder and President, Paul Staso, completed a
506-mile solo run across the Mojave Desert between April 14 ─
May 1, 2011 for
P.A.C.E. Trek 2011.
There were school teams from 9
countries who virtually
took part in the 17-day trek from the Grand Canyon (Arizona)
to Badwater Basin, Death Valley (California). Paul became
the first person to run 500+ miles solo across the Mojave
Desert, pushing a 100-pound stroller containing gear, food
and water. He didn't have any caches (buried supplies) in
the desert and slept many nights in a tent. It was an
amazing challenge -- and a success!