Walking challenges help your team achieve goals, get along, and build healthy habits. Easy-to-use tools and detailed analytics make new initiatives a breeze for organizations of all sizes and people of all ability levels.
Today, WalkerTracker continues to grow and innovate and at over 200 billion steps and counting, this journey has only just begun. WalkerTracker started back in 2010 when Ben Partook created a place for his family to track steps and have challenges.
After opening it up internationally we’ve found that companies and organizations were looking for this kind of solution for their wellness initiatives. Today, WalkerTracker continues to grow and innovate and at over 200 billion steps and counting, this journey has only just begun.
WalkerTracker’s companion app for custom walking challenges for corporations, municipalities, and educational institutions. Convert popular exercise and activity into steps and challenge friends or coworkers.
Check your competitions & teams, join step challenges, give points to friends, convert activities to steps, and participate in discussions. Note: This is generally for members of organizations engaged in a WalkerTracker corporate step challenge.
The app made it easy for me to register for the challenge. Plus I use the app to enter my steps and track my progress in the challenge.
I like an app that is simple to use and doesn't require me to learn a lot of instructions to use it. It was easy and allowed me to focus on meeting my activity goals.
I like that the app is compatible with my phone and Fitbit, but it has some mechanical issues. So far for me, I have to be very conscious of the time because after midnight it’s very hard to get it to sync data from the day before (even only second after it strikes 12).
Other members in my team registered zero steps because the app doesn’t automatically register your steps if you don’t open the app up daily. These issues are just a source of frustration, especially because competition usually means you’re trying to win and the app is causing me to do more work than I need to by not functioning as effectively as I would like.
You shouldn't need to open the app every day, and there may have been a permissions issue in syncing which we can help you correct if you write in to firstname.lastname@example.orgAlso, we can look into the photo issue you are seeing. Additionally, we offer a 48-hour grace period at the end of any competition in which to provide correct any missing steps. I was very discouraged once I saw that I was consistently beat at the end of the day by someone entering in activities.
It seems like this is a common complaint but the responses from the company just gloss over how this is an obvious flaw. They are unable to accommodate people that may not want to carry their phone or get a wearable.
We have a month-long competition and the “winner” has been adding activities so will probably win it in a week or two. The developer, WalkerTracker, LLC, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below.
Health & Fitness Contact Info User Content Identifiers Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age.
Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. WalkerTracker’s companion app for custom walking challenges for corporations, municipalities, and educational institutions.
(Devices must be enabled in your step challenge program to connect). Check in on your competitions, give points to friends, convert activities and participate in the discussion. Introducing the newsfeed on Android! Plus numerous bug fixes. Let us know how it goes.
Note: Currently, the Walker Sports Complex is only available to Brock students due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Please note: the Walker Complex will be closed from Dec. 24, 2020 till further notice due to the province-wide shutdown in response to Covid-19.
Facilities include a 50 m pool, whirlpool, indoor recreational track, 3 gymnasium, the Zone fitness center, squash courts, indoor rowing tank, and outdoor tennis courts and fields (one artificial). No facility wristbands or admission to the pool will be issued within half hour of closing time.
The Walker Sports Complex re-opened on Sept. 8, 2020 in a limited fashion for Brock University students only. Note: The Walker Sports Complex is closed currently due to the province-wide shutdown for Covid-19 response.
Email messages (email@example.com) and phone (905-688-5550, x 4060) will be picked up Monday to Friday and responded too quickly. Please bring your license plate number, make and model to the Welcome Desk to receive your parking tag.
Parking permits for community and alumni members of the Walker Sports Complex are provided with your membership purchase, at no extra charge. In the fall and winter terms, parking is free in Zone 1 and 2, Monday – Friday after 6 pm, and on Saturday and Sunday.
We plan to have a great group of vendors in our Trade Show offering parts, products and services with anything any racer would need! It will transfer to the winner of the raffle less the engine, less the transmission and less the seat.
Special thanks this year to Billy & Karen Bishop, Dennis McDonald, Bill Blair, Johnny Dylan, Lonnie Holt and Tim Seeming for their help in organizing all the drivers for the Autograph Session and interviews! We will have a benefit auction at the lunch break on Saturday.
Proceeds from this portion of the auction will be used to support Mount Jubilee Ministries and the Raleigh Fairgrounds Speedway Racer's Reunion. Mount Jubilee Ministries is a nonprofit 501-C organization that supports teens and adults with special needs.