Walk Across Texas

What is Walk Across Texas?

Walk Across Texas! is a FREE, 8 week program designed to help Texans establish the habit of regular physical activity. Since 1996, thousands of Texans have participated in Walk Across Texas!

 

Join us for Walk Across Texas, Haskell County!

REGISTRATION

Step 1: Join our Facebook Group: 2020 WAT!

This group is FREE to join!

Have you got 10 minutes, 15 minutes, or 30 minutes? At least you’ve got minutes! Lets USE those minutes for walk’n minutes.

This group will coincide with the Haskell County Walk Across Texas program and will include some involvement from its members. But don’t worry, it can all be done from home except for your exercise – somehow, there’s not an app for that.

I’ll provide recipes, quick tips and information in this group. I’ll also be asking you some questions that will involve some interaction to make this group have the best experience possible.

Step 2: Register through the Howdy Health webpage.

*Once you’ve registered, you must login to access the following registration pages.

ADULTS

To Register:

  1. Once verified, login with login credentials
  2. Choose to create an ADULT profile – WAT! Dashboard
    • Youth cannot be on adult teams.
    • Youth can create their own teams using the YOUTH instructions.
  3. Do not create a league! You want to JOIN a league!
  4. You will create a team or join a team. (If you are joining a team, you’ll need the team code set up by your captain.)
    • League Name: Haskell County WAT
    • League Code: watL-200331-wFJhw6
  5. Record Your Team’s Code
    • Your teammates will need this code to join your team. Or you can add teammates via email.
  6. Choose Your Team’s Name
  7. Invite Team Members
    • Share Your Team’s Code with Teammates
    • Send an e-mail invitation by adding their email to your team’s profile.

YOUTH

To Register:

  1. Once verified, login with login credentials
  2. Choose to create a YOUTH profile – WAT! Youth Dashboard
    • Youth cannot be on adult teams.
    • Youth can create their own teams.
  3. Do not create a league! You want to JOIN a league!
  4. You will create a team. (If you are joining a team, you’ll need the team captain to add you to their team.)
    • League Name: Haskell County WAT YOUTH
    • League Code: watLY-200331-WzRL8w
  5. Choose Your Team’s Name
  6. Team County:
    • Select Haskell County
  7. School Related Team? This is only applicable to educators/teachers creating a team for their classroom.
    • Select School District
    • Select School Name
  8. Insert the demographics for your team.
    • You are not limited to a number for your teammates.
    • Males/Females
    • Race Demographics

*The system may require an adult to create a youth team.

Step 3: Add Team Members

ADULTS

  1. Once logged in, go to “Team Profile.”
  2. Click on Team Name.
  3. Add members by email or provide “Team Code” to teammates.
  4. Click on “View Joined Members” to see the current teammates and their miles.

YOUTH Only team coaches need to login to add teammates.

  1. Once logged in, go to “Youth Team Profile.”
  2. Add members through the demographics section.
    • Youth will not be known by name – just by demographic.

Step 4: Record Mileage

ADULTS *each team member must submit their own mileage*

  1. Login to Howdy Health portal.
  2. On your WAT! ADULT:DASHBOARD select “Enter Mileage Walked”
  3. Follow instructions on screen.
  4. Track team progress by going to “View Team” from the Dashboard.

YOUTH *team captain must submit the team mileage*

  1. Login to Howdy Health portal.
  2. On your WAT! YOUTH:DASHBOARD select “Enter/Edit Mileage Walked”
  3. Select Team Name
  4. Follow instructions on screen.
    • Mileage for youth will be accumulative for the team. (i.e. If 5 teammates each walk 10 miles during week 1, the captain will report 50 miles for week 1.)
    • Mileage cannot be entered until the program begins: April 13th.
  5. Track league progress by going to “Youth League” from the Dashboard.

HELPFUL LINKS

WAT One Pager – helpful in registration, login, and recording mileage.

WAT Activity Equivalents – helpful in converting activity to miles.

WAT Individual Mileage Log – helpful in logging mileage with pen and paper.

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