Commit to Get Fit with the Team Challenge

Commit to get fit in 2017 with the Weigh and Win Team Challenge.
Achieve your health goals with friendly competition and a chance to win great prizes!



Join or create a team of 4-8 people and compete between February 1 and April 30. You must login to your Weigh and Win account to join the challenge. Not a Weigh and Win member? Sign-up for free at


Compete in one of two categories:

  • Most Average Weight Improvement (%)
  • Most Average HEALTHpoints (participation)


Work together as a team and commit to get fit. Watch your teams progress in real-time on the Team Challenge Leaderboard.


Top three teams in both categories win amazing prizes and a $1,000 donation to a Colorado-based non-profit of their choice.


  • 1st Place Team: $100 Visa Gift Card
  • 2nd Place Team: $60 REI Gift Card
  • 3rd Place Team: $35 Amazon Gift Card


  • 1st Place Team: Bluetooth Headphones
  • 2nd Place Team: Collapsible Salad Bowls
  • 3rd Place Team: $15 Target Gift Card

New to the Team Challenge?

Healthy Holiday Challenge Results


We had  2,384 people participate in the Weigh and Win Healthy Holiday Challenge and commit to healthier habits over the holidays this year. Of those that completed both weigh-ins, 78 percent maintained their weight. The winners have all been notified by email.

Grand Prize Winners of $125 Amazon Gift Cards:
  • Katie – Northglenn
  • Karen – Brush
  • Lisa – Arvada
  • Jerie – Colorado Springs
  • Wendy – Pueblo West
  • Sherri – Castle Rock
  • Lynda – Northglenn
  • Kristen – Denver
  • Ivory – Denver
  • Marye – Denver
Runner-up Winners of $25 Amazon Gift Cards:
  • Erica – Denver
  • Diana – Berthoud
  • Roger – Loveland
  • Pam – Aurora
  • Justin – Arvada
  • Nyssa – Colorado Springs
  • Sandy – Aurora
  • Sara – Thornton
  • Denise – Boulder
  • Bridget – Centennial

6 Steps for Sticking with Your New Year’s Resolutions


1 | Start Small

Set realistic goals and timelines. Create a goal of hitting the gym 3-4 times a week instead of every day or losing 10 pounds in two months instead of 60 pounds in one year.

2 | Focus on One Thing 

Unhealthy behaviors don’t develop overnight and neither do healthy ones. Don’t overwhelm yourself with a laundry list of goals. Focus on one thing at a time. Once you feel confident in sustainable change with one habit, tackle another.

3 | Seek Support

It’s easier to stick with your resolution if you’re not doing it alone. Encourage a family member, friend or co-worker to join the journey or sign-up for a program like Weigh and Win for support. Our Health Coaches are always available to help you.

4 | Be Easy on Yourself

Did you skip a couple workouts or over-indulge on unhealthy foods over the weekend? Don’t beat yourself up or let it derail you. Missteps will happen. Get back on track and keep working on your resolutions.

5 | Track and Evaluate 

Keep track of your progress and recognize any set-backs. Do you frequently skip going to the gym after work? Start working out in the morning instead.

6 | Celebrate your Successes

Did you hit 10,000 steps every day this month? Did you achieve your weight loss goal? Celebrate those successes in a way that won’t undo your hard work like a massage or new workout clothes!

Win a Patagonia Gift Card in January!

For our January HEALTHpoints drawing we are giving away three $100 Patagonia Gift Cards. To be entered into the drawing, simply earn 300 HEALTHpoints. To find out more about HEALTHpoints, login to your Weigh and Win account and click on the ‘HEALTHpoints & Prizes’ tab.



Congratulations to the December winners of NutriBullet Blenders!
  • Larry – Brush
  • Sarah – Wheat Ridge
  • Susan – Colorado Springs

Healthy Holidays Week 6: Healthy Hydration

Healthy Hydration

With all the holiday parties and commitments, it can be difficult not to over-imbibe or over-caffeinate. The effect that excess amounts of alcohol, caffeine and sugar have on our bodies is often under-estimated. Too much caffeine can make you jittery, irritable, and restless and can cause an upset stomach. Excess drinking promotes a wide variety of health risks. Moreover, beverages, alcoholic and non-alcoholic, can add empty, unnecessary calories to your day. This New Year’s be aware of the health effects of the liquids you’re drinking.


Stay HydratedThe dry winter weather makes us more susceptible to dehydration. Remember to drink eight to twelve glasses of water a day. If you’re consuming alcohol, it’s especially important to stay hydrated. Alternate a glass of water in-between drinks.

Hidden CaloriesBe aware of the calories in the drinks you’re choosing. Beverages mixed with cream and sugary mixers can have upwards of 400+ calories. For example, eggnog can have 300-400 calories per glass! The calories in juices and punches can add up, not to mention the high sugar content.

Get Cozy with a Cup of TeaIn addition to the comfort of cuddling up on your couch with a mug of this holiday beverage, the health benefits of tea go far beyond those warm, fuzzy feelings. Studies have shown tea to assist weight loss, boost the immune system and antioxidant intake and even help lower the risk of certain diseases. Drink up!

Healthy Holidays Week 5: Healthy Holiday Eating

Healthy Holiday Eating

The key to sticking with healthy eating habits over the holidays is to have a predetermined game-plan. Whether you’re traveling, at a party or hosting a big meal, we’ve got you covered with healthy eating tips.


When You’re On the GoIf you’re traveling over the holidays, eat a healthy, well-balanced meal at home before you leave for your trip. Also, make a healthy snack pack filled with portable foods like nuts, apples, hummus and vegetables and low-sugar granola or protein bars. If you need to eat out, head to a local grocery store instead of a fast food location for healthier, whole food options.

Portions at PartiesYou’re at a party and there are trays of cheese, mini appetizers and cookies for days. They’re small so they can’t have too many calories, right? Wrong. Try to keep a count of how many bite-size appetizers you’re eating. One easy way to manage portions is to use a smaller plate. Also, make sure you’re filling up at least half your plate with healthy options to maintain a balance.

Navigating Holiday FeastsSkip the pre-dinner breads and strategically placed dishes of nut mixes and candies. This will save hundreds of calories and you now have room to indulge in the decadent, once-a-year dishes you truly enjoy. Savor in moderate proportions and avoid second helpings.

Tips for holiday favorites:

  1. Go for skinless turkey breast over thigh; dark meat is higher in saturated fat and calories.
  2. Dishing gravy? Use a soup spoon instead of a spout.
  3. Time for pie? Hold the whipped cream, please.

Healthy Holidays Week 4: Social Giving & Positive Thinking

Social Giving and Positive Thinking

“Those who are happiest are those who do the most for others.” – Booker T. Washington

The holidays call for celebration, giving and quality time spent with loved ones. Use these tips to stay present with friends and family, give back to others in need and to remember what matters most during this special season.


Reflect – What are you truly grateful for? Take a minute or two every day to acknowledge the simple things in life. This should be an ongoing tradition, not just over Thanksgiving!

Support Your Local Community Volunteer at a local shelter or support a cause that is important to you. On many occasions, time is worth much more than money donated. An afternoon with you could brighten someone’s day and even their holiday season.

Shop Mindfully Consider what type of a gift would make the most impact on a person. An activity tracker to help keep them healthy? Donating to their favorite charity on their behalf? Simply spending quality time with each other, free of cell phones and other technology? The holidays do not need to be about adding to your stress levels by breaking the bank!

Healthy Holidays Week 3: Make Time to Move

Make Time to Move

Between work, traveling, parties, purchasing gifts, prepping for guests and everything else on your to-do list, it can be hard to stick with your regular exercise routine. Over the holidays you are likely to consume more calories than normal so it’s important to stay active. Just because you can’t make time for your regular routine, doesn’t mean you can’t make time to move!


Add it your CalendarIf possible, stick to your regular workout routine as much as possible. Block off 30-60 minutes on your calendar a few days per week and break a sweat!

Get Active TogetherJust because you have a house full of guests, does not mean you have to sit around and eat all day. Consider planning healthy activities like ice skating, walking around the neighborhood to look at holiday decorations, hiking, building a snowman, snowshoeing – the options are endless!

Little Things Add UpIf it’s an extra busy week, add in little opportunities for additional activity throughout your day. Take the stairs instead of the elevator. Park at the very end of the parking lot when at the grocery store, and if you carry out your groceries instead of using a cart it’s an added arm workout! Try completing a few desk exercises while at work.