Wellness Challenges – Wellness Competitions
Most successful wellness programs include some form of wellness challenge or wellness competition. These types of activities provide easily identifiable goals for the wellness program, inspire employees to get involved in the wellness program and often build better employee relationships. Here you’ll find some examples of wellness challenges / wellness competitions that you can use within your own wellness program. Specifically you’ll find the following:
- The Biggest Loser Competition
- Fitness Challenge / Fitness Competition
- Miscellaneous Wellness Program Resources
The Biggest Loser is one of the most popular reality shows in television history. Season after season people tune it to see the dramatic weight loss and inspiring stories of the participants. Drawing on the shows popularity there have been many companies and organizations that have created their own version of The Biggest Loser challenge. Here we provide you with one example of a Biggest Loser challenge that you can use within your own wellness program.
- The Biggest Loser Competition Guidelines
- The Biggest Loser Competition Calendar
- The Biggest Loser Competition Incentive Card
- The Biggest Loser Competition Registration Form
- The Biggest Loser Competition Stickers
- Individual Card: Female | Male
Fitness and health go hand-in-hand. Most Americans fail to get enough exercise to receive any health benefits. As a result, fitness programs are one of the main features of most successful wellness programs. Fitness competitions and fitness challenges are one way to improve the level of fitness within an organization. Here you’ll find an example of a fitness challenge that you can use within your own wellness program.
Following are a couple of other wellness resources from the team at The University of Scranton Center for Health Education and Wellness
Wellness Challenge – Wellness Competition: Source
These wellness challenges and wellness competitions found on this page were graciously provided by the team at The University of Scranton Center for Health Education and Wellness.