TORONTO, Ont. – There’s just one week left of the Healthy Fleet Challenge and the competition is heating up as participants are trying their best to get in all the steps they can before the May 31 deadline.
The last week of the competition has seen new individual leaders who have been stepping it up for the month of May, as well as new capabilities.
Recently, Healthy Trucker representatives have announced that the challenge has now integrated with the Withings devices and app. Withings devices are similar to Fitbit trackers that log one’s daily movement. Withings also has an app that can be downloaded to your smartphone and much like the MOVES application, tracks your activity.
“This is a great opportunity for those who already have a Withings device, or for those who are looking for more options when purchasing a device for the challenge.,” said Andrea Morley, nutritionist and health coach at Healthy Trucker. “Withings has a great product line and we are thrilled to be able to incorporate them into the challenge.”
With the competition coming to an end, the challenge has reached some incredible numbers. For this month, all participants have walked 129,216,514 steps so far. That’s more than 64,000 miles and upward of 5.9 million calories burned.
Now for the top five fleets and individuals…
Taking first place is TST Solutions L.P. Its nine-person team has an average of 17,624 steps this month. In second is Challenger Motor Freight. Its nine-person team walked an average of 14,323 steps so far in May. Not far behind and in third is Meyers Transport. The 14-person team walked an average of 14,037 steps this month. In fourth is Coastal Pacific Xpress’ 13-person team. The group has walked an average of 13, 166 steps this month. And rounding out the top five is Performance Logistics. The five-person team walked an average of of 12,299 steps this month.
On the individual side, Sherri Hanley of Coastal Pacific Xpress is the new leader. She has walked 808,017 steps this month. In second place is Chris Foster of Transport America with 744,974 steps so far. In third is Brent Bell of Meyers Transport. He has walked 728, 902 steps this month. Not far behind and in fourth is James Peters of Prime Inc. So far he has walked 710,362 steps this month. And in fifth place is Paul Bomben of TST Solutions L.P. Bomben has walked 630, 408 steps this month.
Even though the Challenge is quickly coming to an end, representatives at Healthy Trucker are encouraging and inviting teams to join the competition at anytime as the leaderboard site will remain open. This will allow companies to hold their own internal challenges through the summer months.
You can see the leaderboard and official Healthy Fleet Challenge website, here.
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