For five days in April, be a part of the annual Attleboro & Norton Community Step Challenge!

By keeping track of your steps each day, you and your friends, family, or co-workers can join the thousands of area youth and adults to see just how far we can go toward a healthier community.

The goal is to reach 10,000 steps – the equivalent of five miles – every day. Are you up to the challenge?

Instructions for Participating Organizations & Individuals

Thank you to all of the organizations, companies, and individuals who are participating in this year’s Step Challenge! We’re so excited to have you join us in this year’s attempt at seeing how far we can go toward building a healthier community.

At this point, we expect you’ve already registered to participate through the DailyEndorphin Challenge website. If not or if you’re experiencing any difficulties, please contact Meghan Hamilton at mhamilton@attleboroymca.org.

TWO WAYS TO RECORD YOUR STEPS

1 – Sync your FitBit to the DailyEndorphin Challenge Website. Then there’s nothing else for you to do but move! Please make sure that your FitBit syncs with the website by 4:30 pm on Friday to show your current step totals for that day. Please note: You CAN override your daily steps if your FitBit is not syncing accurately or if you participate in an activity that doesn’t record as steps with a FitBit or pedometer. (See Steps Conversion Chart for details.)

2 – Enter your steps manually on the DailyEndorphin Challenge Website. When you login to your personal dashboard on the site, simply click “Steps” and then type in your step count for the day. (You can go back and enter or correct your steps for the previous day.)

**IMPORTANT: Please make sure you finalize all of your step entries by 4:30 p.m. on Friday, April 28th, in order to have those steps included in the final step tallies. **

HOW TO ESTIMATE STEPS WHEN PARTICIPATING IN OTHER ACTIVITIES

If you are participating in an activity (like swimming or biking) that doesn’t result in steps, you can convert that activity into equivalent steps. Please see the Steps Conversion Chart for details.