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Finding the right wellness program for your company can be difficult, but between our 12 highly successful wellness challenges you can certainly find the perfect match for your team.

Wellness Challenges For Your Team.

Fun and Meaningful Campaigns.

Wellness campaigns are integral to achieving a healthy culture. They appeal to the sense of personal and shared responsibility for health. They get people to take action. And when done well, campaigns transcend your wellness program, conveying an organization that cares for its employees.

This program uses a fun, interactive game show theme to inspire participants to feel their best.

10K-A-Day is an inspiring 10,000 steps-a-day journey designed to motivate wellness program participants to walk more as they travel along virtual routes.

The simplest nutrition program — 

no calorie counting, no fat gram tabulating, no weighing or measuring. Just easy-to-remember daily selections of colorful produce.

From the shores of Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean, participants will embark on a journey to better health as they Get Fit on Route 66, turning health and fitness program minutes into miles along America's legendary highway.

HealthTrails is a wellness program that combines travel, healthy habits and team-building, all in one.

Health for the Holidays is a wellness campaign to help everyone with holiday stress and to end the year on a healthy note.

Keep America Active is a fitness program that engages participants to learn and practice energy-boosting, stress-reducing habits while experiencing America's most captivating attractions.

Ola Ala is an inspiring journey to better health where participants track physical activity progress along a virtual trail through Hawaii’s most majestic natural wonders. 

Passport is an exciting world travel-themed adventure to better health that uses a buddy feature called Travel Companions to boost success.

Right This Weigh draws on the excitement of viewing progress along worldwide trails as participants practice simple, everyday behaviors that lead to a healthy weight.

Your employee wellness program will score big with this team-based fitness and healthy eating campaign.

Spring Into Motion is an invigorating journey to better health, designed to help participants move more and have fun as they visit fascinating spring events around the world.

October is ideal for walking. Making the most of this great season, Walktober is a month-long campaign designed to inspire everyone to make walking a priority — in October and beyond.

How it works.

10K-A-Day is an inspiring 10,000 steps-a-day journey designed to motivate wellness program participants to walk more as they travel along virtual routes.

After clipping on a step counter in the morning and recording steps at day’s end, participants can watch their progress on one of the international routes — from snow-capped mountains and coastline beaches to ancient castles and dense forests. With exciting photos and vivid descriptions, they’ll feel like they’re actually there.

10K-A-Day

How it works.

The simplest nutrition program — no calorie counting, no fat gram tabulating, no weighing or measuring. Just easy-to-remember daily selections of colorful produce.

The goal is to eat at least 5 servings of produce each day, with a minimum of 3 vegetables — in red, orange, yellow/white, green, and blue/violet.


Putting produce first can reduce the risk of obesity, heart disease, some cancers, diabetes, and hypertension... while increasing energy.

Colorful Choices

How it works.

Feel Like a Million

The goal is to accumulate a virtual $1 million by practicing healthy habits — there are more than a dozen ways to earn dollars each day.


As participants record daily activities (worth more or less, depending on degree of impact) and answer questions in a clever TIP$ game, their prize money adds up.

This program uses a fun, interactive game show theme to inspire participants to feel their best.

How it works.

From the shores of Lake Michigan to the Pacific Ocean, participants will embark on a journey to better health as they Get Fit on Route 66, turning health and fitness program minutes into miles along America's legendary highway.

For every minute participants exercise, they mark off 1 mile along the 2448-mile route — if they log 30 or more minutes a day, they earn a Route 66 road sign. 


With more than 40 physical activities to choose from, participants complete the program feeling more energetic — and with daily fitness as part of their lifestyle.

Get Fit on Route 66

Eddie Gazzola

My diet pretty much did a reversal, from a meat and potatoes kinda guy to eating healthy salads and fruits for lunch every day. I no longer feel groggy throughout the day and my body feels better overall.

Participant

For each daily health behavior (Be Active, Eat Healthy, and Gift Box) participants record, they’ll create an animated holiday scene — the more activities, the richer the scene (up to 15 elements/week).


As the scene builds, their overall progress is marked with accumulating snow (up to 3 inches/day) in the background. Each week brings a new scene — with new surprises, animations, and activities that inspire them to expand on the previous week’s success. 

How it works.

Health for the Holidays

Health for the Holidays is a wellness campaign to help everyone with holiday stress and to end the year on a healthy note.

How it works.

HealthTrails

You decide what health areas are important for your organization, then we help you set up the model and content that match your priorities. Whether it’s fitness, nutrition, stress management, weight control, or others, you can address any combination of health practices.


HealthTrails is a fun, effective way to track health habits — participants can actually see their progress along the trail each time they record activity. 

HealthTrails is a wellness program that combines travel, healthy habits and team-building, all in one.

How it works.

Keep America Active is a fitness program that engages participants to learn and practice energy-boosting, stress-reducing habits while experiencing America's most captivating attractions.

Participants track dedicated exercise minutes or steps, aiming for 30-60 minutes or 6000-10,000 steps a day, earning springer icons along the way.


Participants just starting out should shoot for 5 springers a week; if they’re already active, they should aim higher. The idea is a challenging yet realistic target they can maintain for good.

Keep America Active

How it works.

Ola Ala is an inspiring journey to better health where participants track physical activity progress along a virtual trail through Hawaii’s most majestic natural wonders. 

Participants record exercise minutes and watch their progress as their avatar moves along a virtual trail that winds through some of the world’s most stunning vistas.


Along the way, they learn about the history and geography of America’s 50th state. The vintage theme and stunning images add to Ola Ala’s appeal and motivation.

Ola Ala

How it works.

Passport is an exciting world travel-themed adventure to better health that uses a buddy feature called Travel Companions to boost success.

Participants travel in pairs. They’ll both earn points and patches as they complete daily and Tour Bus health behaviors. 


By buddying up, they support and encourage each other on their round trip to health.

Passport

Crystal Jackson

Ola Ala has challenged me in so many ways, mentally, emotionally and physically. It really feels good to take the time out of your day to just enjoy what you like doing and keeping a positive attitude and an active lifestyle. It's good for your mind, body, and soul.

Participant

How it works.

Right This Weigh draws on the excitement of viewing progress along worldwide trails as participants practice simple, everyday behaviors that lead to a healthy weight.

Right This Weigh helps participants lose weight and keep it off by changing eating and activity patterns. Every time participants record a Right This Weigh activity — exercise, produce choices, sleep, healthy breakfast, etc. — they proceed along the trail. As they move forward, participants view vivid images and descriptions of each location.


Seeing daily progress strengthens participant commitment to better health habits and a healthy weight for life.

Right This Weigh

How it works.

Your employee wellness program will score big with this team-based fitness and healthy eating campaign.

Each day (Monday through Friday) teams square off against a different opposing team. For every healthy habit — 7 daily (plus a Free Throw) and 3 weekly — participants earn points toward their team score.


For choices that are more challenging and have the greatest health impact (like 5 servings of produce a day), they’ll get 3 points; those that are still important but a little easier add 1 or 2 points.

Slam Dunk Wellness

How it works.

Spring Into Motion is an invigorating journey to better health, designed to help participants move more and have fun as they visit fascinating spring events around the world.

Participants track dedicated exercise minutes or steps, aiming for 30-60 minutes or 6000-10,000 steps a day, earning springer icons along the way.


Participants just starting out should shoot for 5 springers a week; if they’re already active, they should aim higher. The idea is a challenging yet realistic target they can maintain for good.

Spring Into Motion

How it works.

October is ideal for walking. Making the most of this great season, Walktober is a month-long campaign designed to inspire everyone to make walking a priority — in October and beyond.

Without boarding a plane, hopping on a bus or gassing up the car your participants can set out on a virtual road trip from coast to coast.


Each day they’ll visit a new attraction, earning points and stars as they record exercise minutes or steps, plus 2 other health behaviors you pick.

Walktober

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