2012 UT System Physical Activity Challenge
Get ready to take simple steps to better health. UT System’s “Living Well” Make it a Priority” Program in collaboration with our institution will be kicking off this year’s active living, healthy lifestyle campaign called UT System Physical Activity Challenge.
This online 6-week physical activity challenge is open from April 19th-May 31st. You’ll be amazed how motivating it is to track your activity using the GetFitTexas! online physical activity tracker. It’s free, fun and it has great interactive online tools.
Also, you will be competing against all UT System Institutions. The Institutions with the greatest participation (based on % of total headcount) and improvement (based on % of improvement) will win the “UT System Physical Activity Challenge Traveling Trophy”.
Finally, new for the 2012 we will introduce the following recognitions:
· Individual awards for members with the most activity logged.
· Greatest participation by male and female by system and institutions (most days of activity during the 6 weeks).
· Greatest life change; based on testimonials submitted by participants or referred by Wellness Coordinators. No limit of recipients by institution.
· Institution with the greatest number of members registered based on institution size (please refer to Institution Main Subscribers chart)
Follow the steps below to join the Challenge today!
2. Click “Join Program” above username area
3. Select “I am a state agency Employee” and click <ok>
4. Fill out the required fields to finalize your registration. For the question "State Agency Name", please select the UT institution you represent. Once the form is complete click <save>
Share this information with your co-workers and help your institution win the 2012 Traveling Cup Trophy!
Information is provided by The University of Texas System, Office of Employee Benefits and is not intended to replace the medical advice of your doctor or health care provider. Please consult your health care provider for advice about a specific medical condition.