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A variety of challenge modes

Whether your group is ultra competitive or just looking to encourage individual improvement, our challenge modes support a variety of group needs. Keep things interesting by competing on more than just steps. Create a challenge for steps, distance or active minutes.

Leaderboard
Leaderboard
Leaderboard allows competitive steppers to achieve the ultimate glory by making it to the top of the leaderboard. Participants are ranked from high to low based on their steps, minutes or distance moved. Rankings can be based on total activity or daily averages. A fitness competition classic!
Example:
Everyone in the office is competing to see who can get the most steps this month.
Good For:
Competition
Smaller Groups
Competition
Smaller Groups
Leaderboard
Tip from Christina
Leaderboard is great for a competitive bunch. Segment your participants into 3 groups: high, medium and low steppers. Create 3 different leaderboard challenges to encourage competition among participants of similar step levels.
Streak
Streak
Participants track the number of consecutive days they meet a step, minutes or distance goal. A great way to build healthy habits.
Example:
Each individual should try to reach 30 active minutes a day for two weeks.
Good For:
Individual Motivation
Individual Motivation
Streak
Tip from Susana
Reward consistent movement and engagement. Each time a participant hits their daily streak goal, they can earn an entry into a raffle. Randomly drawn winners at the end of the challenge.
Target
Target
Set a total steps, minutes or distance goal for the challenge. Participants track their daily pace to make sure they will reach the target goal before the challenge end.
Example:
Everyone in the group has a target goal of reaching 35 miles in 10 days.
Good For:
Individual Motivation
Competition
Individual Motivation
Competition
Target
Tip from Christine
Target mode is a great challenge to start with so you can easily learn the range of activity in your group. Start with a goal of 100,000 steps in two weeks. A short challenge with a lower pace of 7k steps/day will allow your group to become comfortable with the platform before you dive deep into a program.
Team Leaderboard
Team Leaderboard
Each participant joins a team that works together to claim the top spot. The team with the highest step, distance or minutes average wins. Option for users to create their own teams.
Example:
Each department creates a team and competes to see who will get the highest daily step average.
Good For:
Group Collaboration
Competition
Group Collaboration
Competition
Team Leaderboard
Tip from Susana
Fun for the whole group and perfect for companies with multiple locations or remote employees. Also a great way to get creative! Try pitting different departments against each other. Boost engagement by incorporating employee interests. Our NBA team challenge is always a winner; step for your favorite basketball team!
Group Target
Group Target
Group Target combines all participants’ steps, distance or minutes into one score. Set a total activity goal for the group to reach over a longer period of time.
Example:
As a group, collectively reach 1 million steps over 15 days.
Good For:
Group Collaboration
Group Collaboration
Group Target
Tip from Christina
Set your goal high and work together as a team to accomplish it. Reward your group with a team lunch or wellness outing, so you can build camaraderie and celebrate your success together!
Journey
Journey
Compete in a virtual long distance race. Track progress in real time along the journey's path. Experience fun surprises and milestones throughout the journey!
Example:
Complete a 99 mile journey across the Florida Keys.
Good For:
Individual Motivation
Competition
Individual Motivation
Competition
Journey
Tip from Christine
Make a series of journey challenges and virtually travel around the world! Each time participants complete a journey, they can add another virtual stamp to their passport.
Group Target Fundraiser
Group Target Fundraiser
Group Target Fundraiser combines all participants’ steps, distance or minutes into one score. Once the group achieves their goal, a donation will be made to a cause of your choice. Set the donation amount, donor and recipient.
Example:
A donation of $1,000 will be given to American Cancer Society when the group achieves a total of 10,000,000 steps.
Good For:
Group Collaboration
Group Collaboration
Group Target Fundraiser
Tip from Susana
Help your group feel good in more way than one! Find a cause your employees care about and motivate them to give back while stepping for their health. A great twist on traditional fundraising.

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