The Ft. Lauderdale Student Occupational Therapy Assistant (SOTA) Club invited the students from the Occupational Therapy Assistant program to participate in a 30-day challenge to promote living a healthier lifestyle. The purpose of the challenge was to encourage healthy eating habits and exercise in order to be able to educate future clients about the importance of wellness. In order to accomplish this feat, the SOTA club collaborated with Sports Medicine to learn proper body mechanics when embarking on an exercise program. This challenge had three primary goals: to increase well-being by exercising and eating healthy, to promote leadership skills through participation in group activities that create opportunities for team work and cooperation, and to incorporate the concepts learned in the classroom into real life lessons. Together with Sports Medicine, SOTA Club had the opportunity to practice concocting wellness plans and put them into action in order to succeed in their prospective fields in the future.