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TeamUp and start your healthy, active lifestyle today


All adults should exercise for 150 minutes each week.

Manage your weight, improve your heart health and increase your mental well-being by creating that active lifestyle. 

WHO  |  BHF  |  AHA  |  NHS

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The main reason people don't exercise enough is a lack of motivation.

TeamUp with others and you're far more likely to get moving and stay active!

TeamUp and get motivated


We all love points

Exercise where, when and how you like. It all counts. We'll give you one point for every minute you do.

Your target? 150 per week.

Just like a game, you'll enjoy it. We all work harder at the things we enjoy, right?

Every Sunday night your points get reset so you get a fresh start every Monday (because we all love fresh starts too).


Create teams

You'll be more motivated to exercise if you do it with others, just like going to the gym.
Create teams with friends, family and colleagues. You can see their points and they can see yours.


Be accountable

Being accountable to others makes you far more likely to get moving and stay active!

The power of

A crucial part of motivation is getting recognition for your hard work and also seeing friends logging points (oh the guilt!)

Your feed will keep you posted every time someone in your Teams logs points.

That healthy competition will make you super-keen to smash out more points (minutes). You've got this!


Workouts and inspiration to get you moving

We've teamed up with outstanding instructors and studios from around the world to bring you top-quality content for ideas, inspiration and motivation.

We're constantly building but already have workouts and info videos for exercise, lifestyle, mental wellbeing, busy parents, challenges, healthy eating, pregnancy and more.


Why 150 points per week?

The World Health Organisation says adults should get 150 minutes per week of exercise to stay healthy.

Only about 10% of people know this and only about 60% achieve it.

At TeamUp we've made it into a game.

One minute = one point. Simple.

WHO  |  BHF  |  AHA  |  NHS

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