Build a challenge - at no cost to you - for your small business, family or community to get fit! Achieve a 6% weight loss and win! Participants pay an entry fee to get in and those entry fees are added to the prize pot (less the 25% administration fee). All winners split the pot. Most prizes are double the entry fee!
Participants pay an entry fee to sign up. They get a verified weigh-in at the beginning and at the end of the challenge. All participants or teams (depending on your selection) who achieve a 6% weight loss win their share of the prize pot (less the 25% administration fee).
Nothing at all! After you build your challenge get the word out by sending the sign up link. Once the challenge starts HealthyWage handles all the communication to participants.
Participants get 12 weeks of support from HealthyWage! They will receive weekly emails, get access to our mobile apps on iOS or Android and access to a community of like-minded individuals.
Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
You absolutely can! The contact person of the challenge can join the challenge for free. There is no money added to the prize pot, but you can win and experience the challenge just like a paying participant. Lucky you!
Send out the sign up link via email or blast it out on Facebook. HealhyWage also provides a suite of marketing materials including: weekly email blasts, marketing posters and sample Facebook posts. These materials are tried and true - we've done the legwork for you!
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Good Morning America host Abbie Boudreau explains how HealthyWage works and interviews HealthyWage's co-founder Jimmy Fleming on the effectiveness of financial incentives and social support for weight loss.
Today Show host Savannah Guthrie explains the science and research behind HealthyWage and why financial incentives are an effective weight loss tool, plus interviews with four HealthyWage success stories.
George Loewenstein, a behavioral economist at Carnegie Mellon University who has studied financial incentives and weight loss, says the HealthyWage competition is "using all the conditions that have been found in the research to be successful."