Your Take a Bite Out of Tassie Eco Adventure...
Your 6-week Take a Bite Out of Tassie step adventure will unleash the eco-friendly carbon offstepper within!
As you log your steps online, you will journey across an island at the edge of the world, a true natural paradise with unforgettable experiences in nature, culture and heritage around every corner. From the fascinating, historic Port Arthur to the breathtaking Wine Glass Bay, Cataract Gorge to Cradle Mountain, you’ll uncover a wealth of local secrets and folklore, and pick up some innovative eco tips along the way. You and your team of eco-crusaders will love reducing your carbon footprint while turbo boosting your step count when you take a bite out of the Apple Isle!
See you there!
So, here's how it works...
The 10,000 Steps Tasmania workplace challenge invites you and your fellow team members to record your all-day pedometer steps and physical activity (optional) for 6 weeks.
First, you register for your challenge. Your Team Captain or Coordinator will organise you into teams.
Then we equip you with a G-Sensor Accelerometer Pedometer which you wear on your waistband. This counts your daily steps.
Each day, you and your teammates log into your personal homepage on the website and enter your step count.
As steps are logged, your team progresses across the virtual challenge map reaching selected locations along the way. With a click of the mouse you can view photos and facts on each exciting destination and even catch up on some health and walking tips.
You and your teammates can view your own team and your favourite teams on the challenge map.
You can even see who’s topping the charts in your virtual workplace Leaderboard.
Move more, sit less...
Each morning, many of us wake from an 8-hour lie down, only to prepare for an 8-hour sit down. With this in mind, we designed a 10,000 steps workplace pedometer challenge that gives you everything you need to get up out of that desk chair, move more and sit less. We’ll give you access to personal tracking tools, virtual milestone medals, mini-activity challenges and walking tips that will engage, motivate, reward your participation and ensure you get a real sense of achievement – not to mention the health benefits – from your 10,000 Steps Tasmania challenge.