Ever tried moving furniture on your own? It’s easier with an extra set of hands, right? Most challenges in life are easier to face when you know you’ve got someone you can count on to help you. We recognize the importance of team support for weight loss and health improvement—and know how powerful it can be. For 2019, the Better Health Challenge will offer a Team Division!
The Team Division offers a way for you and your group to participate together: support each other, lose weight and improve health together, and—win prizes together! Your team can be in your neighborhood or across the country—it doesn’t matter. What matters is that you have a goal to lose weight and achieve better health, and a desire to help each other along the journey.
Each team needs to be comprised of a Team Captain and up to four Team Participants. Captains can be excluded from the weight loss portion. They are there primarily to be your guide and encourager! They may have already achieved their weight loss and health goals—and that makes them a perfect Captain.
Ready to join? Get your team together and register here.
Better health is the real prize you’ll be receiving—but hey, a few prizes along the way don’t hurt! In the Team Division, here’s what you’ll receive:
In each Cycle we’ll choose two teams as semi-finalists. Each person on the winning teams receives:
At Youngevity Convention, ONE Team will be chosen as the final champion team! As the champions, each member will receive:
In addition to the rules for the individual challenge, the following rules apply to our Team Division:
Teams must be registered and locked in by the end of the first full week of each cycle.
Team Captain must be a Youngevity Distributor.
Teams will need to provide results (before and after photos, weight and measurements) for each member of the team prior to the end of each challenge.
There are four cycles each year (Jan-March, April-June, July to Sept, and Oct-Dec). Two Teams will be chosen as the semi-finalists for each cycle.
One Team will be chosen as the final champion at Youngevity Annual Convention.