10,000 DOUBLE-UNDERS IN 30 DAYS.
About the 10k Challenge
the Iron Compass Initiative?
The Iron Compass is the charitable initiative of RPM Training Co., with a mission to provide underserved youth with fitness and mentorship opportunities through the functional training and outdoor/action sports communities.
Through worldwide events like the 10k Challenge, the Iron Compass harnesses the power of our active global community to change lives. We partner with like-minded organizations to give kids the chance to realize their own potential, develop resilience and confidence, and find a sense of belonging in a positive and healthy community.
my registration fee go?
100% of the registrations and merchandise profits from the 10K Challenge go to the Iron Compass Initiative, which then makes grants to our partner organizations.
register a friend?
Yes, you can register a friend! Just add “Register a Friend” to your cart at checkout and pay their $20.00 registration fee along with yours. Once you’ve checked out, we’ll send you an email with a code to send your friend, along with easy registration instructions!
kids and teens participate in the Challenge?
For more information on how kids and teens can participate in the 10k Challenge please email us at email@example.com.
How can I
donate more to the Iron Compass?
You can donate more here. Simply click, "donate more", and choose one of the additional donation amounts to add to your $20 registration fee.
Who can do
the 10k Challenge?
Anyone can participate in the 10k Challenge from anywhere in the world! In 2021, thousands of participants from 38 countries logged over 28,000,000 jumps in support of our life-changing mission. 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.
Do I have
to do double-unders?
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.
How can I
create or join a team?
You’ll be able to create and/or join a 10k Challenge team within your dashboard starting on December 6, 2021!
How can I
create a team?
Once logged in, click on the “Join a Team” link under your account profile, then follow the prompts to create a new team. Now you can fill out your team profile! Fill in your team name and include a team image. You can also include a team description, Instagram handle, and website. Once your team is created, you can invite your members/students/friends/ect. to register for the Challenge and join your team.
How do I
add friends to my team?
To add friends to your team, click on the “My Team” link under your account profile, then press “Invite Users”. Here you can search for your team members and invite them to register for the Challenge and join your team.
*The teammate you are looking for has to have logged into the 10k website or else you will not be able to find them* Anyone has the ability to add people to their team, that person will be automatically accepted and no approval is required. If you see someone who should not be on your team let the team admin know and they can remove them.
How do I
keep track of my jumps?
You will be able to track your jumps daily on your personal Atom dashboard. Once you are logged into Atom, you will automatically be taken to your personal dashboard.
What if I
don’t have a gym to jump at?
You can take part in the 10k Challenge anywhere! Jump at home, at work, on the road, on vacation... wherever! Be sure to share on social media using #rpm10kchallenge to show us and your friends all the craziest places you jump!
What if I
started the 10k Challenge late? Or miss a day?
That’s okay! You just have some catching up to do!
- What is Atom?
with the leaderboard? How do I know people aren’t cheating?
You don't. This is all about the honor system. The purpose of running the 10k Challenge on the Atom 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 as a whole.