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
120 minutes/day = 7 points

Weekly Challenge

There is an opportunity to earn additional points by doing the weekly challenge. Each day that you complete the respective activity you can add one point to your tracker.

Week 1           View video and follow warm up and cool down suggestions. (If you do not have a jump rope, you can just jump in place). Click here to view the video.
Week 2           Keep a diary of your food and drink intake
Week 3           Consume at least 64 oz. of water per day
Week 4           Sleep 7-9 hours per night
Week 5          2 (awake) hours without using a computer, cell phone, TV, etc.
Week 6           Choose any activity from the previous 5 weeks. You can mix and match!

Event Participation

You can earn an additional 5 points for each community or charity sponsored fitness event you participate in (ex. 5k run/walk, triathlon, bicycle race, etc.) These events must be open to the public and you have to participate in the event. Simply volunteering does not qualify you for the points. The event must occur April 14-May 25, 2019.

Tracking Your Points

Each participant can use this tracker to record their daily points. You can print a version if you prefer a paper copy. If you want an electronic version an excel file is also available. This tracker is for your own use and is not turned in.

Below is an example of a completed tracker for week 1. This participant worked out 1-30 minutes for 4 days and earned one point on those days. On the other 3 days they had 61-120 minutes of physical activity so they earned 5 points on those days. They also did the weekly challenge, so earned a point each day they completed it. This participant did a community event on Saturday, so earned 5 points for that.

The team leader reports the total points for each team. So this participant would report to their team leader 19 points for physical activity, 7 points for completing the weekly challenge, and 5 points for participating in a community event. They also would need to provide the name of the community event to the team leader.