Start of 2018 by Elevating yourself to a healthier you. Elevate! motivates participants to start climbing toward a healthier lifestyle—and it pushes them to climb higher each and every week. Participants work to achieve activity goals that increase in intensity as the challenge continues. The 10-Week Wellness Challenge is a fun and engaging way to make positive changes in the lives of each and every individual. Best of all, Live Healthy America makes implementation easy--You’ll get the wellness program you want along with the convenience and simplicity you desire! Join us as we elevate and make positive and lasting changes in our health!
Ready to sign your company up? Click here for the 2018 challenge admin form
Dates: January 29th - April 8th
The 10 Week Challenge is a team-centric challenge that encourages physical activity and nutrition education for all fitness levels. This program is designed to promote positive changes leading toward a healthier lifestyle.
Participants have the ability to form teams of 2-10 adults, which is a great way to motivate and support one another in achieving fitness goals. Each team will need to choose one person as their team captain. (It is suggested that this person have regular computer and internet access.) Through this website, team captains will register their team, then the team members will report their progress weekly. This site also provides a message center to help keep team members connected, involved and motivated to make positive changes to their health, which in turn, will help everyone reach their fitness!
All Live Healthy America participants will be provided with the following:
- Live Healthy America training t-shirt
- The chance to win team prizes throughout the challenge
- Weekly activity, nutrition and recipe tips via e-mail
- A personal online tracking page
- Team leaderboard
- Food Log, Workout Videos and more!
Teams will be in the Physical Activity Division. Individuals will track and record minutes of activity which is then used to calculate your team's average activity minutes. Friendly competition among teams is highly encouraged!
Activity minutes that count include anything you deem to be intentional physical activity. For example, walking to the elevator does not count but intentionally taking the stairs instead of the elevator does count. The goal is to make small changes in your activity each day that will add up to big results!
Registration dates January 15th.
Together you can make healthy lifestyle changes!