Once the challenge is setup you will want to configure what goals you will wish to accomplish! There are 3 types of goals, which we will now break down in a bit more detail.
Daily goals require your challenge participants to submit scores each day of the challenge. Common items that would be great candidates for a daily goal would be things such as participating in a class at your gym, eating healthy, drinking a proper amount of water, performing a set amount of physical activity each day, etc. The daily goals can be an ‘all-or-nothing‘ score, where the athlete gets the set score for the day if they accomplished that goal or not, or it can be a ‘variable points’ score, where they are able to choose how many points of the goal for that day they achieved. Two examples of those goals being setup follow:
Daily Goals Setup – Set Points – All or Nothing Example
Daily Goal Setup – Variable Points Example
It is important to put a good description of each type of daily goal so your challenge participants know what they are trying to achieve. Utilizing the Blog Post capabilities (detailed later in this tutorial) of the challenge is also a great way to keep your athletes informed on the reasons for the challenge and to further define each type of goal!
Attendance Based Goal
Attendance based goals reward your challenge participants for attending class at your gym. You may have at most one attendance based goal per challenge. This type of goal is tracked automatically by Triib based upon the class check-ins that your challenge athlete completes, based on Sunday – Saturday. The points for each week are only awarded if your challenge participant completes the required number of check-ins set in the goal setup.
Attendance Based Goal – 3 points/week – 3 check-ins/week
Completion Based Goals
Completion based goals are a great way to have your challenge participant work toward the completion of a set number of items, such as completing 1,000 Wall Balls or 100,000 meters of rowing during the challenge. The participant can submit as many scores, including multiple per day, which will all be used to accumulate to the max number of repetitions defined for the goal. There are multiple scoring options, which include:
- Total Weight
Completion Based Goal Example
A completion based goal has the points awarded to the athlete upon the successful completion of the minimum number of repetitions required. The wall ball example above will award 15 points to the athlete after they have completed their 1000 (or more!) wall ball!
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