The Myzone Global MEPs Challenge, launched last week, will commence on June 1st and run throughout June 2019, with the primary focus and purpose to get more people participating in regular activity.
Studies have shown members’ exercise levels increase by 40% with gamification, with the pay-off linked to significant member engagement and associated retention benefits.
Myzone’s reward currency; Myzone Effort Points (MEPs), align with the World Health Organizations activity level targets. The Myzone monthly target of 1300 MEPs is a goal for all users to achieve, and to work their way up the Myzone Status rankings.
The Global MEPs Challenge aids users to become more familiar with this goal and commence achieving this, so that they can enjoy the benefits of regular activity.
The challenge is a way for Myzone clubs to get members committing to participation, that will give both clubs and users the chance to win cash prizes.
The financial prizes have a combined value of USD 30,000. The challenge is for any person registered to a licensed Myzone club to hit the 1300 MEPs milestone. Anyone who achieves this target will be entered into a prize draw, to win one of the cash prizes. In addition to the prize awarded to the individual users, the club where the winner is registered, will also win a cash prize of equivalent value.
For Australia, the total cash prize is 2000 AUD, broken into smaller prizes. A question of skill will need to be answered by any member who achieves the target of 1300 MEPS to have the chance to win a cash prize.
To find out more please visit Myzone MEPs Challenge webpage; https://myzone.org/global-meps-challenge/
To register, please visit; info.myzone.org/global-challenge-2019.
Terms and conditions apply.
Justin is the Managing Director of Active Management, which he began January 2004. He offers coaching to businesses worldwide in everything from start up and design to marketing and sales systems. Justin also facilitates four Australian and New Zealand ‘fitness industry roundtables’ events, which allows him to see a huge cross section of business models.