Benefits-eligible employees have several options for tracking their activity during the 10K-A-Day challenge and beyond. We encourage you to consider the best option for your lifestyle and activity needs.
Important Information for the 10K-A-Day Activity Challenge:
You have two options to track your steps during the 10K-A-Day Activity Challenge:
- Automatic upload through a synced device AND
- Manual entry
The 10K-A-Day activity challenge allows for you to sync from a device and enter activity using the conversion chart at any point in the challenge. To see a list of devices that are compatible with the 10K-A-Day Challenge, click here.
To track your steps during an activity challenge, you can use one of the following:
- a traditional pedometer provide for FREE from Wellness Connection
- a discounted GARMIN activity tracker
- your personal device or smart phone app
How to Obtain Your Traditional Pedometer:
- We can put your traditional pedometer into campus mail and it should be delivered within 4-5 business days. Keep in mind that campus mail is not 100% secure, however we have not had issues with items getting lost or stolen. Please send us an email and confirm your 4-digit campus mailbox number if you prefer this option. Not sure of your 4-digit campus mailbox number? Use the WU Directory to confirm it.
- You can pick up your pedometer at our West Campus office during normal business hours. Please contact us and suggest a date/time that works for you.
GARMIN vivoki™activity tracker
For instructions on how to set up your Garmin vivoki, click here.
Participants who have previously received the Garmin vivoki are encouraged to use that device for the current challenge. If you have lost your vivoki and would like to purchase a replacement, please contact Wellness Connection at email@example.com for the replacement code.
This simple device clips to your waist and will track your steps throughout the day. The display shows steps accumulated, distance traveled and calories burned. To participate in the any activity challenge, users will need to manually enter steps into the challenge.