Want to have some fun reaching your daily step goal, win some money and maybe even a YEAR of free classes at Iso Barre? Then join the Iso Barre StepBet 5-week Challenge! Hold yourself accountable by betting on yourself. Crush your challenge and get your money back, plus a profit! Additionally, everyone who successfully completes the challenge will be entered to win a YEAR of free classes at the Iso Barre Studio!
This challenge is open to everyone, so get your friends, spouses, kids to join as well. You don’t need to be an Iso Barre client to participate. You do need one of the following devices/apps to track your steps:
IPhone with apple Health, Apple Watch, Fitbit, Android Google Fit or Google Health, Garmin
Joining the challenge costs about £23.70 (the equivalent of $30). Provided you reach your personal daily step goal everyday of the 5-week challenge, then you receive your money back, as well as a share of the profit (you do get one free day per week!)
How to join:
1. Download the StepBet app
2. Enter the game code ISOBARRE
3. Follow the instructions on the app to get started
4. Have fun!!
The challenge will start on 10th June and end on 14th July. The first week is a warm up week so no one will be disqualified if their step goals are not met. Remember the more players, the bigger the pot! Join me and let’s have some fun!! Lea xx
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