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​StepsToWELL-Being: National Senior Games Challenge!


March 3, 2021

Dear Athlete,

It’s time to get ready for NSGA’s third virtual, physical activity competition that features YOU and others from your state competing for bragging rights while keeping yourself fit!  The StepsToWELL-Being Challenge allows you to join a team and/or participate individually. In addition, the names of all participants are eligible for selection from a prize drawing every Friday. For a motivational boost, try the Wellness Score feature to explore activities that accumulate wellness points.     

The National Senior Games StepsToWELL-Being Challenge starts March 15 and runs through April 12. If you have already participated, you are in the system and ready to log in to enter your data. Participants record various types of physical activity (that the software converts to steps) with the goal of obtaining the highest number of average steps for state Senior Game teams/partner organizations and/or yourself.  Registration is now open, and anyone any age can join at no cost, not just senior games athletes.

Previous Challenge participants do not need to create a new profile on the virtual platform and can log in using their previous username and password.  Simply log in at the, StepsToWELL-Being – National Senior Games Challenge, link below and participate.

New participants - Create a profile and join your state team and/or participate as an individual.  You can set up your user profile now at the link below.  Fitness tracking devices (i.e., Fitbit, Google Fit) can also be synced to the program!
 

Create Your User Profile or Log In Here, 

StepsToWELL-Being

National Senior Games Challenge


When you reach the virtual platform select the "Sign Up/Login for All Challenges" button on the challenge website.


New Participants - Then, select Sign-up to create your profile and when asked "Which Group Do You Belong To," scroll down and choose, OYOH Physical Activity New Registration


When prompted, enter the Challenge password:  seniorgames


CLICK HERE for sample screen directions on how to sign up, record activity and sync your fitness tracking device.

 
From March 15- April 12, login to the StepsToWELL-Being Challenge, choose from a variety of physical activities, enter the number of minutes it took to complete your activity and it will be converted into steps.  You can also upload steps from your fitness-tracking device.  Lots of things count as physical activity — even things you have to do anyway! Gardening, housework, and even shopping are all great ways to get moving and can be converted into steps.   Sign up today!

NSGA is grateful to The Louisiana Bureau of Minority Health Access and the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports for access to the StepsToWELL-Being virtual platform.

~The NSGA Team



Important info from National Senior Games Association:


NSGA staff is working diligently with local organizers in Greater Fort Lauderdale to finalize venues, general competition schedules and housing options. Registration for the National Games is expected to open in late summer of 2021, with exact dates for each registration period to be announced onNSGA.com and in the NSGA monthly e-newsletter The Long Run.


POSTPONEMENT
 The National Senior Games in Greater Fort Lauderdale, Florida have been postponed to May 10-23, 2022.


EXTENDED QUALIFYING PERIOD
 In addition to the adjustments approved in May 2020, the qualifying period for the National Senior Games in Greater Fort Lauderdale, Florida has been extended to December 31, 2021.


 Athletes who meet the sport/event qualification standards at a qualifying state senior games in 2021 will qualify for the National Senior Games in Greater Fort Lauderdale, Florida.


Information on the National Senior Games can be found on the NSGA website, NSGA.com; under the National Games tab.
NSGA reserves the right to make further adjustments to National Senior Games qualification and registration.


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