Ways to take part

Check out the ways you can take part to complete your personal fitness challenge!

Ways to move

You can take on whatever exercise style you prefer, such as walking, running, swimming or cycling. Or get creative and ride a unicycle, row or kayak, use your wheelchair, roller blade or horse ride! Simply use your Fitbit or an app (such as MapMyFitness or Strava) to track the kilometres you move.

You can choose a single exercise or a combination of exercises – why not set your own triathlon and complete the challenge with a combination of cycling, running and swimming? It’s a great way to challenge yourself.

You can also complete your kilometres on a treadmill or a spin bike.

Where to move

The idea of For Fitness Sake is to fit in with your lifestyle, so you decide how you want to move to complete the challenge.

You can complete your kilometres in the gym, walking to work, on your lunch break or complete the entire amount over one weekend.

Set your own goal

People of all ages, abilities and fitness levels are encouraged to participate in For Fitness Sake this March! If 25km, 50km or 100km is not right for you, simply set your own personal kilometre goal when you register.

Kids' challenge

Families, children and adults of all ages are encouraged to take part! Children under 12 can aim to move 10km in 10 days or a KM goal of their choice. Children under 18 should be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

People with a disability

For Fitness Sake is a challenge for people of all abilities! If 25km, 50km or 100km is not achievable for you, then you can set a lower goal such as 10km or 15km.

Create a team

Get your friends, family or workplace involved and get fit together! You can set a team goal (eg. 10 people walking 1,000 kilometres) or maintain your individual goals and compete against each other to motivate yourselves to keep moving!