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Absolutely. There are two ways to participate in a challenge. The first is by 'joining' a challenge that has already been set-up. There are new challenges starting all over the world, every week. The second is by 'creating' your own challenge and inviting people in your community to join. You can view both of these options when you click on the Register button.
Yes. We recommend you start at level 1, where there's a wider variety of vegetarian food, or go straight to level 4, where you can create your own nutritional guidelines to suit your specific needs.
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The cost depends on the length of challenge you choose. We have 4-, 8- and 12-week challenges, which can be viewed on the pricing page.
Yes. We pride ourselves on being one of the few challenges in the world where you can customise both the length of your challenge and the way you play it. Healthy living is about choice, fun and sustainablility - three key factors you will enjoy everyday in our challenge.

Any form of exercise is fine, as long as it's safe and matches your body's functional capability. Where you have goals relating to strength and/or fitness, we recommend you be specific i.e., "I want to walk 2.4 km in 30 minutes", or "I want to perform 10 squats in the gym with 50 kg". In the "My Details" section of the system you can add this information and monitor your pre-and post-results. 

Not at all. The challenge has been designed to suit all fitness levels. To learn more about the exercise requirements, visit THE RULES page and read through the Movement habit.

Put simply, it's a challenge to follow 5 health habits. You can choose a 4-, 8- or 12-week period and select one of four levels of difficulty to play at. For more details, visit the HOW TO PLAY tab on the home page.


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