Best practices

We are beginning to gain extensive experience in conducting activity competitions for both small and large companies.

Based on our customers' feedback, we have developed our product and found what we can call best practice for conducting the competition. Everything to make it easier for you to get started with a slightly more active everyday life for you and your colleagues.

Spread the word and use ambassadors

An activity campaign is more rewarding if more people are involved. It is therefore crucial that the information is shared internally within the company. We have created a smooth onboarding for the competition, you will receive this by mail on the days they are going out to the rest of the company. In some large companies, it is not enough for only one person to share information, so it can be good to use ambassadors within the company. These ambassadors do not have to be department heads or the like, but preferably employees who contribute positively to the social environment in the workplace.

Teams or all against all

A competition where everyone competes against everyone else is easy to manage and easy to get started with. This is great to do in certain parts of the year, but we would certainly recommend using the team competition as a highlight at least once a year.

The team competition contributes to increased collaboration and sets the app's social function in motion with the team's own team chat. Cheer each other on or ask for help collecting points if you're behind. Be informed and motivated as your teammates rack up points.
In order for everyone to experience mastery and for one's contribution to be felt to count in the competition, we see that it is most effective to have a team size of 5-6 people.


We call it positive peer pressure. Seeing others being active without seeing what and when they train, but discovering that points are collected in a joint team or in a leaderboard, is motivating. Some companies want to reward their efforts or participation in the competition. Here we have a good deal of experience about what actually works as motivation and what almost works against its purpose.


⛔ Don't reward only the winning team or the participant with the most points
Draw arbitrarily based on participation in addition (feel free to set the criterion that the player must have participated the entire period)

⛔Do not make a draw of a participant in the winning team
Prizes the whole team in a team competition

⛔ Do not use expensive prizes such as carrots to participate in the competition, this will be too high an external motivation to participate, for the learning of the period to be optimal.
Let the participants have a say in what the prize should be.

💓Donate to charity based on your activity points

Examples of charitable awards:
Create x number of teams based on charities as desired. Start the competition. When the competition is over, the number of kroner is donated based on the ranking in the competition leaderboard. (In this case, it is not so important that there are only 5-6 players per team, but try to keep the teams as even in number as possible.

Donate to selected organization based on activity points. Give each point a value and see how many points you have collected in the end = how much you should donate.
Donate x number of kroner based on reduction in biological age. ATTENTION! We do not usually report on biological age, but we are happy to help you if you wish for this purpose.


Weekly during the competition, you as the contact person will be sent a report based on the course of the competition. It will tell you how many people are active, how many points have been collected, how many of these are HIT points and how the participants compare to the WHO's recommendations for activity as well as our own recommendations for HIT minutes.

What's the meaning of the numbers?

Physically active offers through the workplace cannot and should not be forced. Therefore, it is our job in collaboration with you to hit with the right message so that your employees want to join. In society today, 7 out of 10 are inactive. This means that a participation of at least 30% in your company is to be expected as "free passengers". These are already active. If the offer is to have an effect on your company's health, the support must be higher. We have a rule of thumb that says: minimum 40% first competition and 60-80% second competition. This of course depends a little on the size, but it is a fact that attendance improves with repeated competitions.
If your company does not get this support, we will have to come up with other measures. For some, not seeing the whole thing as a competition is precisely the entrance to joining. Thus, charitable purposes can also be used as a motivation factor for participating. Or, why not use the activity points to collect money for the social welfare fund at work or set a target for the number of points that provide the basis for a good joint lunch the week after the competition? Feel free to use the onboarding information we send you as a starting point for communication in your company, adapt if necessary.

Add ons and best practices to make it last

Our physical form is fresh produce. Therefore, as an employer, you depend on your employees to adopt the approach to smart activity in order to provide lasting health results for your company. Competitions are a great way to get people started and it often seems like a starting point for a lifestyle change or a somewhat more active everyday life. To prevent good learning from being forgotten, it is important to repeat. We therefore offer various additional products that can be used to give the company a refresh or remind why physical activity and HIT minutes will never go out of style. This is some of what you can choose to add to the competitions throughout the year:
  • Digital lecture with the minds behind the research: Professors of medicine, Jan Hoff and Jan Helgerud.
  • Live Kick-off (digital) with a good overview of the app and why this is important. 
  • Digital lecture from one of our physiologists/physiotherapists.
  • Digital lecture with Professor of psychology and motivation expert: Frode Stenseng.
  • Joint training with an instructor from Myworkout (depending on your area off course).