Movement Challenge

Incorporating movement in your daily routine can help decrease stress and improve physical and mental well-being. Getting the recommended 60 minutes of daily physical activity can be the start of a healthier, happier life. LET’S GET MOVING TOGETHER!

It's not too late to join the movement challenge!

View the details on the flyer, and Register your Team And as if feeling better isn’t enough, the first 100 registered participants will receive a one-of-a-kind #ACMmove60 t-shirt, and their points will be entered into drawings for prizes throughout the challenge.





#ACMmove60 Leaderboard


Rank Team Total
1 Sweaty Chalk Walkers 85
2 Inspire to Perspire 83
3 BCC Bubble Blowers 74
4 Biohazards 70
5 The Resuscitators 61
6 Recruitment 55
7 Movers and Shakers 54
8 Worst Pace Scenario 44
9 The Baby Boomers 42
10 (tie) Avant Guarde 40
11 Med Zeppelin 39
12 The Movers 22
13 (tie) Waist Watchers 7
13 (tie) ACM Rocks 7
14 Nurse Athletes 0

Green = Student Team
Blue = Employee Team

Leaderboard updated: 9/21/2021 10:40 AM

  • The #ACMmove60 movement challenge runs from September 6th to October 18th.
  • Each team member is responsible for tracking and reporting their weekly activity points. Activity points should be reported using the weekly point reporting form by noon on each Monday of the challenge.
  • GET MOVING! Walking, running, hiking, dancing, yoga, swimming, basketball, kayaking, basketball; It ALL counts! Just MOVE! 
    • 1 point earned per day for 60 minutes of movement or 7200 steps
    • 1 point earned by posting your activity on your social media account(s) using #ACMmove60  
    • Each team member can receive a max of 2 points/day (14 points/week)



Weekly Team Prize Drawing

The winning Team for Week 2 of the challenge is...

The Movers!

*Prizes can be picked up at the NMWC

Previous team prize weekly winners:

Week 1:  The BCC Bubble Blowers


Weekly Focus: 


Getting 60 minutes a day of physical activity has tremendous benefits. But daily activity cannot overcome the negative consequences of regular sleep deprivation on our bodies. Seven to nine hours is the amount of sleep recommended for optimum health. Sleep provides our bodies a time for healing, restoring chemical balance, and establishing new thought connections that help with memory retention. Today, few people are getting enough ‘shut-eye’ and the results are significant.  

Regular lack of sleep has a profound effect on our bodies and our minds, impacting our health and quality of life. Poor sleep is linked to memory issues, a weakened immune system, low libido, and increased risks for diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease and obesity. If that isn’t enough, lack of adequate sleep is also associated with trouble concentrating and thinking, mood changes, poor balance, and increased accidents.  

The good news is, there are steps we can take to improve the quality and quantity of our sleep!

They include:

  • Going to bed and waking up at the same time every day
  • Sticking to a sleep/wake schedule even on weekends and holidays
  • Avoiding caffeine after noon or several hours before bedtime
  • Reducing alcohol intake
  • Avoiding heavy meals right before bed
  • REGULAR EXERCISE, but not close to bedtime
  • Limiting screentime before bed
  • Cultivating a relaxing bedtime routine, such as reading, meditating or enjoying a warm bath





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