You have between 1st August and 5th September to register your team, with the six-week challenge starting on the 30th August 2021.
Back for its third instalment, why not reach out to your friends and colleagues and take on the StrollwithIT 3.0 challenge this September.
Walking is one of the most accessible exercises that we can do, and offers us a unique opportunity to keep active, improve our physical and mental health, whilst also reconnecting with others.
It’s never been more important to take care of our wellbeing. Now that the warmer weather is here and we’re able to spend a little bit more time outdoors, let’s seize the opportunity to reconnect with the people and environment around us.
Juice is all about social wellbeing; bringing people together through shared their hobbies, interests, and talents. We stay true to this ethos with StrollwithIT 3.0.
StrollwithIT has been designed to be simple, easy to engage with, and free to enter. Being mindful of current events we’re continuing to act responsibly and putting a maximum of five team members per team.
Key info before you sign up
- Duration – The step challenge will last six weeks and launches on Monday 30th August. You have until close of play Sunday 5th September to register your teams.
- Team Captains – We’re going to lead on all the email communications so you don’t need to worry about it. All you need to do is submit your team’s total steps for the previous week into one simple form. The form will be sent to you first thing on a Monday morning.
- Teams – Having teams of up to five people instead of doing the challenge individually has loads of benefits. However, if you would prefer, you can sign up on your own, too.
- Team members – Linked to the above, if you’re a team member please share your total steps for the week with your team caption each Monday. Don’t make them chase you.
- League table – All teams will be put on a separate league table, dictated by their team size. From there, the teams that pull in the most steps will take the top spot.
- Measuring steps – Some team members will have access to smart watches or step trackers, but most phones also have this functionality. This ensures that everyone with a modern mobile device can get involved.
- Wheelchair users – If you’re a wheelchair user we would love to have you involved, too. The recommended 10,000 steps is approximately 5 miles. If you measure the distance that you’ve covered on a fitness tracker or smartphone app, such as Strava, during the day then you could make a conversion from there.