Earning $175 in rewards is easier than ever!
Last year, you had to complete 20,000 points in Walkadoo and 10,000 points in Daily Challenge to earn up to $175 in rewards. This year, we’ve made the wellness program easier than ever! You only need to earn 15,000 points in Walkadoo to earn a $175 Visa gift card.
Jump-start your well-being with Walkadoo
What is Walkadoo?
Walkadoo® is a get-moving program that fits in with a busy life. Do what you already do: walk, run, hike, bike and any other activities that keep you moving. This program, which is powered by a wireless activity monitor, will track your activity and motivate you to become more active.
Walkadoo features manageable daily step goals, a supportive online community and more. You can also connect with family and friends, and support each other in getting healthier. Each day, you'll receive an email or text with your personal step goal. Visit Walkadoo from your smart phone or computer to check your progress in meeting the goals.
How does the CCPOA Walkadoo program work?
From June 1, 2017, through December 15, 2017, CCPOA Medical Plan members only need to earn 15,000 points in Walkadoo to earn a $175 Visa gift card.
Note: Only CCPOA Medical Plan members enrolled in the Basic plan are eligible for rewards and the complimentary Fitbit Zip® wireless activity tracker. Dependents can participate in the Walkadoo program but are not eligible for rewards or the Fitbit Zip.
Eligible CCPOA Medical Plan members must earn 15,000 points in Walkadoo – and redeem their reward – by December 15, 2017.
- What Do I Need?
- How Do I Get Started?
- How Do I Get My Reward?
- How Are My Step Goals Calculated?
All you need is a wireless device compatible with Walkadoo. Wear it wherever you go and Walkadoo will keep track of your activity.
New for 2017! CCPOA is offering a complimentary Fitbit Zip to all eligible CCPOA Medical Plan members who participate in the program. The Fitbit Zip is small and easy to wear, and makes tracking your steps a snap. This device also allows you to track distance traveled and calories burned. The Fitbit Zip comes with easy instructions on how to activate it and connect it to Walkadoo.
IMPORTANT: If you used the Pebble to track your steps last year, you will need to order the Fitbit Zip to participate in this year's program. The Pebble is no longer compatible with Walkadoo.
To order your Fitbit Zip:
• Go to mywellvolution.com
• Visit the Walkadoo page.
• Click on the drop-down arrow beside your name at the top right side of the page.
• Click on Settings and then Step tracker. You will then see instructions for ordering the Fitbit Zip.
Walkadoo also supports all models of Fitbit, Jawbone and Misfit fitness trackers; most models of the Garmin fitness tracker; and the Moves app and the Walkadoo app tracker for iPhone® and AndroidTM.
If you're not already enrolled in Walkadoo, to sign up:
• Go to mywellvolution.com
• Click Create Account.
• Complete the information requested and select Submit. You will now be registered with MyWellvolution.
• Select Walkadoo and follow the steps to register for this program.
• Follow the process to order a Fitbit Zip that we will mail to you. (You can also link your own compatible device or use the Moves app or Walkadoo app tracker.)
If you’re already enrolled in Walkadoo, you can sign in at mywellvolution.com
Once you’ve earned 15,000 points in Walkadoo, you will be notified by email that you can redeem your $175 Visa gift card.
To redeem your reward:
• Log in to mywellvolution.com
• Click Rewards in the top right corner.
• Select Redeem to have your reward mailed to you.
You'll receive your prepaid Visa gift card within three to five weeks.
The deadline for redeeming rewards is December 15, 2017.
Your Walkadoo step goals are based on your individual walking history. Walkadoo looks at your last nine days of steps, and chooses a goal for you between your highest and lowest step count during that period.
If you have a few higher step count days in your nine-day history, you may find your step goals are a bit higher. If you have a few lower days, your step count will come back down.
There is no setting in Walkadoo to adjust your step goals higher or lower. The site adjusts to reflect your own activity level. Walkadoo challenges you to get more active without pushing you to do more than you've shown you can do before.
See Walkadoo's Frequently Asked Questions for details on how to set up these devices for Walkadoo and other answers.
Daily Challenge, Quitnet, and Walkadoo are registered trademarks of MYH, Inc. The Diabetes Prevention Program is provided by Solera Health, an independent company. iPhone is a trademark of Apple Inc. Android is a trademark of Google Inc. Wellvolution is a registered trademark of Blue Shield of California. Blue Shield and the Shield symbol are registered trademarks of the BlueCross BlueShield Association, an association of independent Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans.