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SCU vs. USF Fitness & Wellness Challenge
Every Minute Counts - 2014
Join us for the second annual SCU vs. USF Challenge, “Every Minute Counts.” During the month of February, we will once again be taking on the faculty/staff of the University San Francisco to see which university is more active. Last year we came up short in total minutes, let’s turn that around this year!
Join us for the Fitness & Wellness Challenge Kick Off
Monday, February 3rd from 11:30 AM-1:30 PM
California Mission Room in Benson Center
Everyone who registers from January 17th-February 3rd will have their name put into a drawing for a Fitbit. If we have 368 (double last year's participants) employees sign up by February 3rd, we will add another Fitbit to the drawing.
The first 150 attendees will receive a Mission to Wellness water bottle
Can’t make the event? You can still register on your own
You have 2 options for tracking your minutes of movement:
High-Tech: For those that love technology and seeing how others are doing, and if you’d like to be able to track every day, anytime, you can use Hubbub.
Joining the challenge is easy as 1-2-3:
Register on hubbubhealth.com
You will need to create a log-in to register with Hubbub. When registering you will need to fill in the following fields:
Screen name (seen by all)
First and last name-shown to friends only
Email - show to no one
Once you have completed your registration, you MUST complete the OPTIONAL section as well to be part of SCU vs. USF Challenge. The information you will need for this section is below.
ID: employee id #
Company code: broncos
- Join the USF vs. SCU Every Minute Counts Challenge here
- Track your minutes of movement every day throughout February
The top 100 participants in total minutes will receive a SCU vs. USF Fitness & Wellness Dry Fit Shirt.
Low Tech: For those that don’t love “apps” or having a public profile and prefer the personal touch, you may log your minutes here.
What does Every Minute Counts exactly mean?
“Every Minute Counts,” this includes anything that makes you move your body, burn calories and increase your heart rate, such as climbing stairs, playing sports, fast paced walking, jogging, swimming, biking, strength training, heavy gardening and even yoga. Doing some sort of moderate exercise for at least 150 minutes each week can help keep your heart pumping and in good health.
But no one said those minutes have to be all at once! Find simple ways to weave a bit more exercise into your busy day:
Every Minute Counts!
Check-in throughout the day, every day, to move your team up the leaderboard! The University with the highest total number of minutes wins!
Let's Go Broncos!
Ideas for Minutes on Campus
I certify that I am in good physical condition and am able to safely participate in USF vs. SCU Every Minute Counts Challenge. I understand that my involvement in USF vs. SCU Every Minute Counts Challenge as a faculty or staff member of the University shall be construed as a strictly personal, voluntary activity and not part of my faculty or staff member responsibilities or job duties as an employee, agent or volunteer of the University.