The WCA Group Health Trust's (GHT) 9th Annual Fitness Challenge is underway and runs from September 13-October 24, 2020.
Members of GHT can compete as a team with others across the state for prizes. Get your team together and get ready to "Fall Into Fitness" with GHT!
How The Challenge Works
Participants must be a member of the WCA Group Health Trust.
- All team members must be at least 16 years old.
- A team leader is chosen to be the contact person and to report weekly team points. You can only be a team leader for one team.
- During the challenge, participants will track their activity for each week. Their total points for the week will then be reported to their team leader.
- A team can have 1-4 members. All teams compete in one category. For example, a two-person team will compete against a four member team. Winning teams are determined by their overall point total.
How Points Are Earned
Participants can earn points each day depending on the amount of time they spend doing a physical activity. Choose which category you achieved and record the corresponding points. For example, if you did a 55-minute workout you would report 3 points for that day.
- 1-30 minutes/day = 1 point
- 31-60 minutes/day = 3 points
- 61-120 minutes/day = 5 points
- 121 or more minutes/day = 7 points
The Team Leader should register the team. You will need the following information to complete the registration form:
- First and last name of the team leader
- GHT group name (your employer)
- Team leader's email address
- Full address of team leader
- Full name of all team members
- Email addresses of team members so they can receive updates
Please use your best judgment when determining if an activity qualifies for points. This list provides a guideline, but does not include all activities that qualify.
Your activity should require a moderate to vigorous level of effort. The integrity of all participants will make this competition fun and fair for everyone.
- Brisk Walking
- Aerobics Class
- Roller Blading
- Baseball/Softball/Volleyball/Hockey, etc.
- Lifting Weights
- Working With Resistance Bands
- Exercise That Uses Your Body Weight for Resistance (push-ups or sit-ups)
- Heavy Gardening (digging, shoveling)
If you have questions, please contact:
Via email: firstname.lastname@example.org