Reach Your 100

All you need to know about Reach Your 100

Reach Your 100 is a four-week challenge to bring together people affected by diabetes in a positive and empowering way to improve the quality of their lives. The challenge gamifies health-related parameters like physical activity, eating habits and sleep with the goal of increased energy and balance in life.

Official registration begins on October 24, 2017, and the challenge kicks off on World Diabetes Day (November 14, 2017).

How it works

The cost to join the four-week challenge is only $25 with a percentage going to benefit the Team Type 1 Foundation. The mission of the Team Type 1 Foundation is education, empowerment and equal access to medicine for everyone affected by diabetes.

All participants can complete the Reach Your 100 health assessment from November 7 until November 14. Every campaign week will introduce a new challenge. A challenge is always announced Friday, starts Monday and ends Sunday.

Participants will be notified when it's time to take the digital health check, which reveals their current health habits and body age. Before the month-long campaign kicks off, each member receives a personalized set of daily goals that outlines how to reach their 100 percent.

Everyone's 100 percent is unique and based on his or her current lifestyle habits and fitness.

On a daily basis, members track how many fruits and vegetables, snacks, and cups of coffee were consumed along with smoking and alcohol. Participants receive positive points for every minute of physical activity and by sleeping at least 7 hours a night.

The goal is to average 100 percent throughout the month, which allows for good days and bad days, and will ultimately lead to a happier and healthier life.

Throughout the campaign, experts will be available online to help participants reach their 100 percent by providing advice or guidance on diet, exercise, motivation or the campaign itself.

Student Athlete Scholarships

For every 100 participants in the Reach Your 100 campaign, one new student athlete will receive a scholarship in 2018.

Since 2014, the Team Type 1 Foundation has bestowed 271 college scholarships to athletes with diabetes who compete in a NCAA or NAIA sport worth approximately $400,000 through its Global Ambassador Program.

Learn more about the Team Type 1 scholarship program here.

Prizes & Winner selection

During the Reach Your 100 campaign, the Team Type 1 Foundation will award weekly prizes and the four-week challenge will culminate with a grand prize.

1. Promotion Period

Promotion begins on November 14, 2017, and ends December 14, 2017, when all entries must be received ("Promotion Period"). The winner will be announced by December 18, 2017.

2 How to Enter

Participants who reach their weekly and monthly 100% targets will be eligible** for a chance to win. Winner selection will be conducted at random by Team Type 1 from all eligible entries on or around December 14, 2017 (the "Drawing Date").

Participants may only enter once. You do not need to have diabetes to participate.

3. Prizes

Weekly Prizes
TT1 Gift Packs to include a hat, t-shirt, socks, draw-string bag and a signed copy of Phil's book "Not dead yet!"

Grand Prize
The overall winner gets to choose one of these great prizes:

  • $500 Amazon Gift Card
  • Year's supply of HoneyStinger and Nuun
  • Haute Route entry to their choice of either the Rockies or Alps ride

4. Winner selection and notification

Winner selection will be conducted at random by Team Type 1 from all entries on or around December 14, 2017 (the "Drawing Date").

Potential winners will be notified by Team Type 1 via email.

If a potential winner cannot be contacted or does not respond within five (5) days from the date Team Type 1 first tries to notify him/her, such potential winner forfeits all rights to win the Promotion or receive the prize.

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Always consult your health care team before beginning any exercise program.

**One prize per person. The prize is subject to local laws and regulations.