Learn the ins and outs of the leaderboard.

You’ve just completed a challenge. And now you want to see how you stacked up against everyone else! Cue the leaderboard.

The leaderboard is a ranking list of all the participants that competed in a challenge, showing the order of who finished first to last. It’s a really great (and fun!) way to stay motivated and egg on some friendly competition.

So how do you access the leaderboard, exactly? Well, you’ll need to complete a challenge first!

With iFit, you can participate in two different kinds of challenges. You can either compete against your family, friends, and followers in a private challenge, or you can compete against the entire iFit community in a public challenge created by the iFit team. That means you can virtually race people from all over the world! (To learn more about how to create and view challenges, click here.)

After you’ve completed a challenge, seeing where you rank is easy. Simply follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Menu and select Challenges.
  2. Select the Completed tab. This is where you can view all of your completed challenges.
  3.  Click any of the completed challenges to view the details.
  4. Click on the badge icon in the top left corner to open the leaderboard. From there, you can change the filters to compare yourself to people within your same gender, age range, and machine type.

Not only does the leaderboard show where you rank, but you can also compare races. Just click on any person to see how you did against them. You’ll see two dots start to move across a blue line. (You’re the blue dot that matches the line color and the other colored dot is your selected competitor.) Maybe you’ll find that you kept pace with the leader until halfway, or maybe it was just the last mile that did you in. Either way, this comparison can give you great insight into your personal performance and help you improve for the next race.

So, what are you waiting for? It’s time to hop on your machine and get racin’!

Joshua Kaneversky
Social Media Manager