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DIDS70 Posts: 5,368
3/11/13 1:23 P

It also depends on how fitness oriented your staff members are.

I have seen challenges here that ranged from walking to running the stairs.
One group tried a yoga challenge. Mind you we were all in office attire and there wasn't much time to change, but one of the ladies was a part-time instructor and came up with some exercises that didn't require loose clothes.
a push up contest, a jump rope contest, etc.

JESSAELINN SparkPoints: (17,953)
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3/11/13 11:17 A

My work gets pedometers and everyone wears them for 6 weeks. It's a long time, but I love it because every week, people record their calculations and at the end, the one or the team with the highest steps gets a prize. It's a good motivator too!

LUCKYNUMBER23 SparkPoints: (12,413)
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3/11/13 9:25 A

I was aksed to put together a fitness challenge at work. I would like to know your experience with fitness challenges. What worked and what didn't? Thanks

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