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K-State Today

October 3, 2016

The 2016 Movement Challenge has ended

Submitted by Human Capital Services - Benefits

The 2016 Movement Challenge has ended and it is now time to finalize the results. Two departmental champions will be chosen. The department with the largest average daily activity will be named the Most Active Department. The department with the highest percentage of employees participating in the challenge will be named the Participation Winner. An individual leaderboard also will be posted with the finalized results.

A drawing for four fitness trackers will take place for anyone who participated during the Movement Challenge. For those who participated in the entire challenge, Human Capital Services also will email a code to report in HealthQuest to receive five credits for the earning period ending Nov. 15.

All activity must be entered by noon Tuesday, Oct. 4, in order to count toward the final results.

Even though Oct. 1 was the end of the Movement Challenge, it doesn't need to be the end of your focus on a physically healthy lifestyle. Make the commitment now to continue to focus on living your best and working toward a healthier and more improved you!

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