The challenge involves teams competing against each other by logging daily physical activity levels plus fruit and veg intake. The more active you are and the more fruit and veg you eat, the further your team moves along the challenge track.
Interactive health checkpoints appear as you progress along the track including information about health, motivation and track geography.
There are two ways to get involved in the Get on Track Challenge, join
an official challenge or take part in a Create Your Own.
Diabetes WA runs several Get on Track Challenges each year involving a range of great prizes, tough competition, and of course, motivation to improve health and fitness.
Our competitions involve:
Kick start healthy habits for your workplace, friends or family by creating your own Get on Track Challenge. It’s the perfect way to encourage fun and friendly competition while encouraging healthy habits at the same time.
Our Create Your Own Challenges allow you to:
Once you have joined a challenge or created your own, you can invite people from your workplace or group to become Team Captains. These Team Captains can then create teams and invite participants.
Register your workplace and you will be able to monitor each workplace team throughout the challenge.
Compare your healthy habits from before and after the challenge by setting up your own health profile.
At the end of the challenge, find out which team managed to go the furthest along the track. Results are given after all bonus points are awarded!
Are you responsible for implementing health and wellness programs across your workplace? You’ve come to the right place.
Register your workplace in an Official Diabetes WA Challenge and watch how teams within your workplace compete against each other and other workplaces around WA. You could even create a challenge specific to your workplace’s needs and see which team wins.
You’ll be able to track how many people sign up with your workplace and see their progress through the challenge. You will also be building team cohesion and workplace morale.
No problem, you can still participate in Get on Track. Either join an Official Challenge or Create Your Own Challenge for one or more teams of friends or family.