Group fitness & wellness challenges from Daily Endorphin help your clients get lower premiums, and build your credibility. When they start telling all of their colleagues about how much group fitness activities have helped them, you’ll be able to gain new clients too! And for those clients of yours on the run with busy lives, they’ll be able to utilize our new Quick Log Feature where they can log the most important data in just a few seconds!
There are four sections of the website for Daily Endorphin members: the User Dashboard, Group Dashboard, Fitness Challenge Page, and the Fitness Challenge Team Dashboard. These tools help your clients track their own time, as well as challenge one another to new group fitness activities. For examples of all of the dashboards for group fitness activities, see below.
To track individual exercise time and measure progress, we’ve developed the easy-to-use User Dashboard. From this dashboard, your clients can challenge their colleagues to group fitness activities. By clicking on the “Water Cooler” tab they’ll be able to update user profiles, coordinate personal reminders, or send messages to other challengers.
The Group Dashboard will allow your clients to see how much their peers have worked out for the last 30 days. Here, they’ll be able to see a list of all challenge members to see how they’re measuring up with other challengers.
For real-time results, clients can view the Exercise Challenge Dashboard to see how competing teams are doing, as well as see if their team is keeping up with the competition! And for our overachievers, they can check the Star Endorphers list to see individual ranks of other challengers. This makes for another fun, exciting way to engage in friendly banter with team members and other teams!
Exercise Challenge Team Dashboard
The Exercise Challenge Team Dashboard compiles data of your client’s team, giving them an overview to see how well each member is performing. If one member is needing an extra push in the right direction, team members can use “positive peer pressure” to keep their team members accountable for one another.
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