Join us for the
First Annual Think 2019
Well-Being Steps Challenge
in San Francisco, CA
Join us for the first annual Think Steps Challenge! This step challenge proudly supports the American Heart Association and its mission to be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives.
For every Think attendee that achieves the goal of 25K steps during the Think Steps Challenge, IBM will donate $25 to the American Heart Association. Don’t forget to sign up and visit our Steps Challenge Leaderboard in the Moscone South Lobby to see how we are tracking!
In addition to the 25K step goal donation, the final top 10 Steps Challenge Participants will be eligible to pick up their onsite gift at the Well-being Info Desk on Friday, February 15th from 11am-12pm.
Participants 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.*
1. Download the Heka Walk app:
2. Launch the app and select "IBM" from the list of Challenges, register and pair within the app with your supported step tracker. (see the Challenge FAQ Web page for details)
3. Start Walking! The step tracker will immediately start tracking your steps and will periodically sync data from your step tracker with the app and Leaderboard by simply pressing “Tap to Synch steps” at the top of the Dashboard. Note that your steps will only count from the time you first pair your step tracker.
The Walking Challenge starts on Tuesday,
February 12 at 3:30 p.m. PT and ends on Friday, February 15 at 10 a.m. PT.
Scan the four (4) QR codes each day using the Challenge App at the following locations to earn bonus steps and to help you reach your step goal: **
Entrance of Moscone South = 250 bonus steps
Think Park = 250 bonus steps
F&B Main Tent (at Yerba Buena Gardens) = 250 bonus steps
Yerba Buena Screening Room = 500 bonus steps
*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.
**To scan QR codes:
Open the 'Heka Walk Challenge' app
Press the Scan-In button located on the Walking Challenge dashboard in the app
Select 'Capture QR Code' (you will need to allow the app access to your device's camera)
Align the app viewer with the QR Code and the code will automatically be detected and confirmed