Step Challenge Templates
Options for Every Office
Make wellness a team effort with competitions for steps and walking.
Designed for Your People
Our challenge library has dozens of options. Created by wellness coaches and filled with helpful tips, emails, and built-in notifications.
So you can pick your challenge and go. Compete together, make healthy choices, and start having fun! It’s that simple.
Scroll down to see examples from our extensive collection of step challenges.
In these challenges, your employees compete against themselves to see how well they can stick to good habits and hit their goals.
Example template: One Step at a Time Challenge
Participants will work their way up to a goal of 10,000 steps per day. We’ll start off at 5,000 steps, and eventually hit 10,000 by the fourth week.
We know it’s tough to maintain a regular routine, and sometimes even harder to get started. With partner-based challenges, employees team up with a buddy to make exercise and walking a daily habit.
Example template: Partners in Fitness
Working out is better together! This challenge uses positive peer pressure to maximally engage participants. Teams of two will compete to walk the most steps in 30 days!
Goal-Based Challenges as a Team
Working together as a team, your employees will get active and build relationships. In these challenges, groups work collectively to reach one larger goal...together!
Example Template: Step to It Together
In this challenge everyone will work together as a team to reach the goal of 10,000 steps per day!
Team Competition Step Challenges
Sometimes, the best motivator is competition. In these challenge types, employees split into teams for a friendly competition. Who can walk or run the most steps? Who can reach the distance? We'll find out!
Example template: Better Together
Get those steps in! Teams will compete to average the most steps in a month. At the end, the team with the highest daily average will win!
Go head to head against colleagues and motivate each other through friendly competition. Employees challenge both themselves and each other in this style of step challenge.
Example Template: Workweek Winners
A 4-week steps challenge that only counts the steps you make during the workweek.