Ladies and Gents!
This short and sweet challenge involves $15, the opportunity to move a lot more and even win some money!!! Here’s how it works…
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Dates: June 1st - June 15th
Cost: $15 (per person)
1. You must have a Fitbit, Garmin, i-Watch, an App on your phone, a pedometer or something like.
2. You must move (walk, run, bike swim)! (You must also be honest!)
The Details: This challenge involves you and a partner (if you don’t have a partner I can match you up, but please feel free to invite a friend, spouse, co-worker etc). Your team of 2 will try to obtain as many steps as possible between
June 1st and June 15th. Each night or the following morning you will each submit your daily step count to me via email. I’ll keep a running total of your steps, but you should too just for good measure. The sum of you and your partner steps may earn you some spending money because the winning team takes $8 of every $15 entry. For example if 40 people enter, the winning team splits $320 and all you have to do is move! I’m sending this invite to over a 150 people so the prize money should be worthy of your efforts. Please feel free to share it with family and friends, the more the merrier!!!
P.S. This challenge works for bikers and swimmers too see the conversion chart below:
Conversion Chart for this Challenge:
1 mile = 500 steps
400 Meters = 600 steps (400 meters is about 8 laps or 16 lengths in a 25 meter pool)
You can submit your numbers nightly or each morning and you can do so by sending me a screen shot from your device, app etc. All step final step counts are due by 1am on June 15th. I’ll be keeping a running total as we go and I’ll keep everyone updated on current stats, but I’d suggest that you log your cumulative totals as well just for good measure (some apps do it for you). This is purely for fun, but serves as a great reminder to move more! A recent study revealed that walking less that 4,000 steps increases risk for weight related illness and another study showed improvements in metabolic profiles of women who stood or walked for 5 minutes every 30 minutes rather than bouts prolonged sitting. The point is it doesn’t take much to improve your health! Join us for 15 days of stepping it up!
Contact me with questions and to sign up.