About the 10k Challenge
Where does my $10 registration go?
100% of your registration is a donation to our fund the Iron Compass Initiative, and in turn, supports the Steve's Club National Program to help bring functional training and mentorship to underprivileged and at-risk youth.
What is the Iron Compass Initiative?
Our foundation, The Iron Compass Initiative, is dedicated to supporting programs that provide free functional training and mentorship to underprivileged, 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 proceeds from your 10K Challenge registration donation will go directly towards this cause.
What is Steve’s Club?
All proceeds from the 10K Challenge and our Iron Compass Initiative will benefit the Steve's Club National Program, a 501(C)(3) that shares our mission of using functional training and positive community to help change the world. 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.
Do I have to pay $10.00 to do the 10k challenge?
Technically, no... you can do the 10k challenge anytime, anywhere on your own. However, your $10.00 registration/donation gets you access to your 10K Dashboard where you can log your jumps, earn rewards, 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.
How can I donate more?
By purchasing a registration/donation kit through our website here. Once you've completed the check out process, you will have full access to the 10K Challenge site, including your personal dashboard, leaderboards, perks from some of your favorite brands, and more. Simply login at 10k.rpmtraining.com with the same email and password you used for check out.
What if I can't do double unders?
No problem! You can do single unders as a scale.
Can I do a mix of singles and doubles?
Yes! You can do doubles, singles, or any combination of both. You'll be able to select which version you did whenever you log your jumps and then filter the leaderboard accordingly as well.
How do I add my gym to the leaderboard?
Click on the gyms leaderboard tab and select the add a gym button at the bottom of the page.
How do I add friends to my gym leaderboard?
Only the person who started the gym has gym admin access and the ability to add people to their gym. If you are the gym admin, under your account select “manage gym members” and then “invite users to join your gym!”
What if I don’t have a gym to jump at?
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!
How do I keep track of my jumps?
Keep track of your jumps by logging into the 10k.rpmtraining.com website and clicking on the dashboard and then the calendar day the jumps were completed.
How do I get the 10k bracelet?
A bracelet comes free with every $10.00 registration/donation while supplies last.
What if I started the challenge late? Or miss a day?
That's Okay! You just have some catching up to do!
What's with the leaderboard? How do I know people aren't cheating?
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 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.