We hope to inspire our members to reach for fitness (even in the busy summer months) through this challenge.
How Does Peak Of Fitness Work?
If you’re a DAC member, all you have to do to enter is to simply start tracking your activities in the logbook at the check-in desk.
Here’s how to earn points:
- For every 30 minutes spent doing a cardio activity (e.g. treadmill, cycling, elliptical, rower); playing active sports, such as basketball and racquetball; and doing resistance training (e.g. weights and TRX), you will receive 1 point.
- 30 minutes of massage therapy equals 2 points, and 30 minutes of personal training equals 2 points.
Group fitness classes are 3 points, and group training sessions lasting at least 30 minutes will earn you 2 points.
You can earn a maximum of 15 points per day through these activities, but can earn points on top of that maximum with an additional weekly activity that will be announced on Facebook, Instagram and the DAC board at the check-in desk.
So, What Are These Rewards You Mentioned?
We tally up all the individual points members have earned through September 6 at 6 p.m. Members who earn 125 points will receive a $10 credit to the Pro Shop; those with 250 points get a $25 credit to the Pro Shop; and those who earn 400 points will receive a DAC t-shirt and a $50 credit to the Pro Shop.
The top 10 male and top 10 female points earners will then be entered into a drawing to win a piece of jewelry. The male and female winners will be announced at a customer appreciation party at the end of the competition.
If you have any questions or concerns, the DAC staff will be happy to answer or address them.
This week’s bonus point can be earned by joining the Peak of Fitness challenge. Each time you log an activity this week, you’ll receive an extra point. Make sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram to get bonus point updates each week.
The DAC reserves the right to correct any miscalculations in points. Current point standings will be updated weekly. You must be a DAC member to participate. Off-site activity is not eligible for points.