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K-State Today

September 16, 2016



Movement Challenge week three results are in

By Human Capital Services - Benefits

The Movement Challenge week three results are in. The average daily activity of participants has increased from week two. The Movement Challenge is all about progress, increasing participation and activity from week to week, both individually and by department. Last week's average daily activity per participant was 8,979 steps and week three increased to 9,260. Congratulations participants!

Each week of the Movement Challenge will include an additional weekly challenge to be active. Participants can document their activity through social media and be entered to win a fitness tracker. Week three's winner was Wendy Schlesener.

The Movement Challenge consists of two ways for departments to compete. At the end of the challenge, the Movement Challenge team will name one department the winner of highest activity and one department the winner of highest participation. For those of you who are independently competitive, there also is an individual leaderboard. 

The week three leaders are listed below. Please note: These calculations are based on data entered for week three of the Movement Challenge — Sept. 4-10. The final standings will be for data entered for the entire competition Aug. 21-Oct. 1. 

The department with the highest average daily activity is… K-State Olathe.

Department Leaderboard

The department with the highest weekly participation is… the Budget Office.

Department participation

The individual leader at this time is… Wendy Schlesener from Facilities Car Pool.

Individual leaderboard

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