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Join the Thrive Challenge at SMFM's Annual Meeting in Grapevine, TX, February 3 - 7! 
Participate in some friendly competition amongst your peers as you work your way up the leaderboard and try to exceed the Challenge Step Goals to win prizes!

The Walking Challenge starts on Wednesday, Feb. 5 at 12:01a.m CT and ends on Saturday, Feb. 8 at 7:30 a.m. CTParticipants can track their steps using their own personal Fitbit, Apple Watch, Garmin, or the step trackers integrated on their iPhone/Android smartphone via Apple Health or Google Fit. (i)

Enter your email address below to pre-register and get updated on the Challenge as more details become available: 


To help support your Challenge goals, scan the QR codes using the Challenge App at the following locations and receive bonus steps for each scan: (ii)

  1.  Progenity Booth Wed. - Fri. = 500 bonus steps each day

  2.  Yoga, Wed. - Fri. sessions = 1K bonus steps each day

  3.  Bootcamp, Wed 6:00 a.m. session = 1K bonus steps

  4.  Scientific Forum 'SMFM Thrive', Wed. 3:00 p.m. = 2K bonus steps

In addition, receive bonus steps for completing:

  • Online Course prior to Jan. 31, 2020 = 2K bonus steps

  • In-app Meditation, Wed. - Sat. = 1K bonus steps each day



Prizes will be awarded on Sat. at 8:00 a.m during the general session.   

If you have any questions, email us at or visit the Challenge Helpdesk located near Registration in the center pre-function area at the Gaylord Texan.

(i) The Walking Challenge app requires iOS 9.0 and above on the following devices:  iPhone 4S and above, iPad Air, Mini, and 3rd & 4th generation iPads. Android requirements: Android 5.0 and above that have not been customized by the phone-tablet manufacturer.

(ii) To scan QR codes:

  1. Open the 'SMFM Thrive Challenge' app

  2. Press the Scan-In button located on the Walking Challenge dashboard in the app. Note that you will need to allow the app access to your device's camera 

  3. Align the app viewer with the QR Code and the code will automatically be detected and confirmed