December Fitness Challenges

Stay on track with your fitness in the festive season – take on a new challenge!

Walking In A Winter Wonderland – Step Challenge

Walking in the winter

How many steps can you clock up this December?

Adding more daily steps to your routine is a great way to increase your overall activity levels alongside boosting your fitness and well-being.

Connect your Fitbit or Misfit device to your profile to track your steps automatically, or add a ‘walking’ activity to your planner to track them manually.

Christmas Calorie Countdown

Christmas dinner

It is the season for festive food and fun, which can mean some excess calories! Mince pies, chocolates, Christmas parties, a glass of bubbly or two and up to 7000kcal in your Christmas dinner alone!

How many calories can you burn off this December in our new challenge?

Log your activities in your fitness planner to keep track of your progress.

Run Into The New Year

Couple running outdoors during winter

Finish 2023 on a high and see how many running miles you can complete during December to take you into the New Year 2024!

All running activity counts, simply track via a connected device such as Fitbit, Strava or MapMyRun, or log a running distance manually in your planner.

Cycle The Christmas Lights Challenge

Regent street, London, christmas lights

Christmas lights are going up across the country this month – celebrate the festivities with our new cycling challenge!

We’re challenging you to cycle the 255 mile (410km) distance between the famous Regent’s Street lights in London to the Blackpool Illuminations this December!

All cycling activity counts, simply track it via a connected device such as Fitbit, Strava or MapMyRun, or log a cycling distance manually in your planner.

Swim The English Channel

Swim The Channel - white cliffs of Dover

The English Channel provides an iconic 22 mile (35.4 km) stretch of water between Dover and Calais. We are challenging you to conquer this distance in the pool by 31st December 2023.

All swimming activity counts, track it via a connected device such as Fitbit, Strava or MapMyRun, or add a swim distance manually in your planner.