Challenges | Wellness Platform

Challenges

Challenges help participants motivate, encourage, and challenge each other to meet health goals and earn rewards.

Each challenge targets one small behavior to change, like taking the stairs instead of an elevator. As the individual repeats the action, gradually building in quantity or intensity, a healthy habit develops that becomes part of daily routine.

Engaging content reinforces learning, reminders trigger action, and peer groups provide support, while team leader boards and progress charts enhance motivation.

Healthy Eating

Taking health to the next level with better food choices

Taking health to the next level with better food choices

Taking health to the next level with better food choices

Improving well-being with techniques that lower stress, increase sleep, and exercise the mind

Improving well-being with techniques that lower stress, increase sleep, and exercise the mind

Improving well-being with techniques that lower stress, increase sleep, and exercise the mind

Physical Activity

Boosting activity for participants at all levels of fitness

Boosting activity for participants at all levels of fitness

Boosting activity for participants at all levels of fitness

Weight Management

Lowering disease risks through better weight management

Lowering disease risks through better weight management

Lowering disease risks through better weight management

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Healthy Eating

Bowl of strawberries
Better Bites

Consuming more fruits and veggies for better health

Colorful salad
Eat Well

Reaching the next level in healthy eating with better food choices

Glass of water with a plate of lemons
Hydrate for Life

Drinking a little more water to refresh the day

Mindfulness

Pink locus flower
Relax and Revive!

Renewing outlook with just a few moments of downtime

Nightfall with a partial moon
Sleep Smart

Getting enough rest to improve daily performance

Women reading a book with a cup of coffee
Page Turner

Reading for fun, relaxation, and new insights

Physical Activity

Baseball player higging a ball
Bases Loaded

Swinging for the fences for a healthier tomorrow

Sunny beach with blue water and palm trees
Big Island Trek

Exploring this exotic Hawaiian isle while increasing physical activity

Boat docked on the Mississippi River
Great River Walk

Journeying down the Mississippi while adding more activity

Young adults playing a friendly game of basketball
Hoops for Health

Shooting for a healthier lifestyle on and off the court

Biking down a stone path
Make a Move

Boosting physical activity to benefit mind and body

A man and women running up office steps
Step Up

Stair-climbing for better stamina and strength

A man and women doing lunges at sunset
Strong to the Core

Improving balance, flexibility, and back health with simple exercises

Weight Management

Healthy meal with grilled chicken
Lose for Health

Losing a little weight for big health benefits

Plate of healthy appatizers
Maintain Don't Gain!

Preventing weight gain while enjoying the holidays

Client configuration options determine the start date, duration, and incentive points available for a challenge when it is deployed to a group. A customizable toolkit of promotional materials includes poster templates, mailers, and a how-to guide for wellness coordinators.

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10 Tips for Successful Wellness Challenges

Behavior change is difficult. Whether it is exercising more, eating healthier, or better managing blood pressure attempts to change health-related behaviors often fail.

Challenges target one small behavior, encouraging participants to repeat the action, gradually building in quantity or intensity...

Behavior Change

Sustainable Behavior Change

Behavior change is difficult. Whether it is exercising more, eating healthier, or better managing blood pressure attempts to change health-related behaviors often fail.

Behavior change is difficult. Whether it is exercising more, eating healthier, or better managing blood pressure attempts to change health-related behaviors often fail.

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