10,000 Double Unders in 30 Days.
No prob, do singles instead!
Log jumps daily on your personal 10k challenge dashboard.
Find friends and athletes around the world on the 10k leaderboards.
Register as a gym and get all your members involved.
Get mobility and maintenance tips from the master himself, Kelly Starrett, founder of The Ready State.
Tag us and use #10kjumpchallenge in your posts of all the craziest places you jump to help bring awareness to the cause and for a chance to be featured on our 10k feed.
United to build brighter futures for at-risk youth.
The RPM Iron Compass Initiative and Steve's Club have a shared mission... to bring fitness, mentorship, and community at a low or no-cost structure to at-risk and underserved youth.
Your Jumps Make a Difference.
Proceeds from last year's 10k Challenge allowed us to fund 6 new Steve's Club chapters through our Iron Compass Initiative.
Help us make this year's impact even bigger!
Steve's Club National Program is a member-based 501(c)(3)
Youth Advisory Committee Member
If you saw Sapjah walking down the street, it probably wouldn’t occur to you that she can deadlift 175 pounds (well over her bodyweight). Or that she started a girl’s wrestling team when others began to take notice of her wrestling on a boy’s team.
Sapjah embodies all that Steve’s Club strives for: strength, courage, determination and an unwavering spirit that is always in the service of others. The child of Mexican immigrants, proud of her Christian identity, she is a family-centered young woman growing up in a tight family of six.
Drawn to Steve’s Club because her two older siblings had participated and she saw a dramatic change in them, Sapjah wanted to be a part of it too. Once shy, reserved and almost scared, training gave her strength and she began to see that her mind was the only limit to her accomplishments.
Sapjah attended Steve’s Club Leadership Camp in 2018, 2019 and virtual camp in 2020 to push herself and her fitness further, develop more confidence and to learn to effectively share her strengths with others. A powerful role model for the camp athletes, she's inspired her peers and coaches alike.
“We tend to bring ourselves down,” says Sapjah. “We have a mentality that limits us from getting better.” But Sapjah recognizes that it is within each of us to grow through learning, engaging and leading.“My experience at Leadership Camp was truly incredible. It helped me push myself and build my confidence,” she continues. “We explored the idea that we can take comfort in discomfort, recognizing that strength is built from stretching ourselves, and I love that!”
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The more days you log, the perks you unlock!
SURVIVAL TIPS TO KEEP YOU JUMPING!
New content from Kelly coming soon. See our collection of videos from last year below.
Wear the bracelet during and after the challenge to bring awareness to the amazing effect that community and hard work can have on a growing mind and body.
Tag us in your bracelets in all the crazy places you jump for a chance at prizes and to be reposted on our 10k challenge feed.
Be consistent and get rewarded with a box filled with products from our favorite sponsors.
About the 10k Challenge
The Iron Compass Initiative is the non-profit arm of RPM, dedicated to supporting programs that provide functional training (CrossFit, etc.) and mentorship at a low or no-cost structure to underprivileged and at-risk youth. Learning the value of hard work, feeling the support of a community, and gaining the confidence to overcome obstacles are all formative ingredients to making positive life choices. There are some amazing coaches and programs out there, often donating their time and making due with little to no equipment, using functional training to bring these positive influences to kids who may not get them otherwise. 100% of the registrations and merchandise sales from the 10K Challenge go into the Iron Compass Initiative, which then makes grants to our partner organizations such as Steve’s Club.
Steve’s Club National Program is a 501(c)(3) organization that shares our mission of using functional training to help change the world and is the current primary beneficiary of the funds donated through the Iron Compass Initiative. Steve's Club is the boots on the ground. With more than 15 chapters all over the country, Steve’s Club offers a positive framework and community to help at-risk youth grow into stronger and healthier individuals. Working out and eating well become second nature, and they learn life lessons in a supportive environment - discovering what they're capable of, pushing themselves to work hard and strive for something greater.
100% of your registration fee is a donation to our foundation, The Iron Compass Initiative. In turn, this supports our beneficiary, Steve’s Club National Program, to help bring functional training and mentorship to underprivileged and at-risk youth.
Technically, no... you can do the 10k Challenge anytime, anywhere on your own. However, your $20.00 registration gets you a free 10k Challenge bracelet, access to your 10k Dashboard where you can log your jumps, earn rewards from our sponsors, get mobility survival tips from Kelly Starrett and The Ready State, follow your friends on the leaderboards, and best of all, helps us forge better futures for at-risk youth.
Yes, you can register a friend! When you go to the 10k Challenge Registration product, here, select the box “register a friend”. This will add an additional $20.00 registration fee to your cart (to cover the donation for your friend). Once you have completed the check out process we will send you an email titled, “10k Challenge | Register a Friend ”, that contains a unique code. Forward that email to your friend and they can follow the 3 easy steps to register!
For more information on how kids and teens can participate in the 10k Challenge please email us at, email@example.com. This year we will have a kids leaderboard for participants under the age of 16, resources from Ready State kids and much more!
Anyone can participate in the challenge from anywhere in the world! What started out as just a fun social media thing has grown into a really powerful event each year, with thousands of participants and over 12 million jumps logged in 2020. If you don’t have double unders, this is a great way to work on them, or you can log single unders as scaled jumps.
No, you do not have to do double unders! You will be able to select double unders, singles, or any combination of both when you go to log your jumps. The leaderboard can be filtered accordingly.
Anyone has the ability to add people to their gym, that person will be automatically accepted and no approval is required. If you see someone who should not be on your gyms leaderboard, let the gym admin know and they can remove them.
You will be able to track your jumps daily on your personal dashboard. Once you are logged into your account you will automatically be taken to your personal dashboard.
You can take part in the Challenge anywhere! Jump at home, at work, on the road, on vacation... wherever! Be sure to share on social media using #jumpanywhere to show us and your friends all the craziest places you jump!
That’s okay! You just have some catching up to do!
You don't. This is all honor-system based, but we're not trying to win the CrossFit Games here. The purpose of the leaderboard is to make it more fun and build community by giving people a way to compete with friends, create custom groups, rally their gyms to participate, and compare their progress to the community's as a whole.
Bouncing... great for dubs, bad for emails.