The Competition

The RigRun event runs from 27 January 2021 to 10 March 2021.

RigRun is designed to increase exercise levels and get people into the gym that normally wouldn’t consider it.

Participants score points for their installations by undertaking any of our high or low intensity workouts. High intensity includes aerobics, boxing, circuit training, cross trainer, cycling, rowing, running, stair climbing, and weight training where you can earn three points a day.

Pilates, table tennis, walking and yoga make up our low intensity programme where you can earn up 1.5 points per day. It works like this …

  • High intensity workouts score 1-point per 30-minutes.
  • Completing 90 minutes of high intensity exercise scores 3 points for your team in any 24-hour period.
  • Low intensity workouts are weighted at 50%, so to score 1-point for your team you would need to do at least 60 minutes.
  • Both high and low intensity exercise are capped at 90 minutes each per 24-hours.
  • You don’t need to do all your exercise in one session. You can do several shorter sessions over 24-hours and a mix of high and low intensity exercise.

 

Example:

Maximum 90 mins of low intensity exercise daily earns your team 1pt and puts you halfway to the next level • 15 mins of high intensity exercise reaches the 2nd points level • Finally an additional 30 mins high intensity exercise will gain the maximum 3pts.

Prizes

Individuals can win prizes for minutes spent exercising. These are set at a realistic level to appeal to all gym users.

As well as prizes for lower levels of achievement, RigRun has also set targets at higher levels to inspire and push the regular gym users. There’s a challenge for everyone participating in RigRun.

Handicap System

To make games fairer and more competitive, installations with small and medium sized POBs are given a handicap to ensure they can compete fairly against the larger installations.

 

RigRun Highlights

  • Since 2012 over 30,000 offshore personnel from around the globe have participated in RigRun
  • On average participation levels are 70% of the POB
  • Participants rated their overall enjoyment of RigRun 2019 as 4.5/5 or 100% of participants said they wanted to take part in RigRun again in 2020
  • The average number of miles exercised per participant in the 2019 competition was 56 – equivalent to over two marathons, a total of 232,000 miles logged as exercise on the RigRun touchscreen tablets – equivalent to 9.3 times around the earth.

RigRun® Tip

It’s more important this year than ever before to work as a team. The gym maybe closed offshore or limited to the number of people who can exercise at any one time. So get organised and take it turns. You can also exercise from your cabin or your office if you have one. Remember our Facebook Live classes and come prepared with towels and water bottles.

Offshore Asset Participation

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Offshore Personnel Participation

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Number of 1-Hour Exercise Sessions Recorded in the RigRun® Tablet Per Event

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Minutes Exercised

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Miles Exercised

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Since 2012 over 30,000 remote site personnel have taken part in RigRun®

“Chrysaor is looking forward to defending our RigRun title, won in 2019. It was a fantastic event that all of our offshore teams got involved in which helped to promote wellbeing, health and comradery across our assets. I know our teams will be keen to retain their bragging rights this time around.”

Steve Cox, Executive Vice President Integration, NOV & Norway

RIGRUN IS A GREAT FOCUS FOR OFFSHORE LIFE …

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Get in touch

If you are interested in taking part in RigRun® please complete the following details and a member of our team will be in touch.

Places are limited and are available on a first come, first serve basis. Rigrun® goes from strength to strength so make sure that your team signs up today.

If you prefer emailing to find out more please email us