I am zooming a deeptone(weight) workout and a yoga class every week. I have submitted a picture of each and have yet to see any points. When do they show up?
That is a great question! Usually it can take 24-48 hours depending on when the submission was made.
Well it’s been three weeks for the first pic I sent and 2 last week and one this week. No points just my points for steps. ??
I apologize for the concerns regarding the at home workout submissions. I see that you are either getting the workouts or the steps, you do not get both. The workouts or gym check-ins will count as 10 points per workout or check in. When it comes to the steps it will be 1 point per 1,000 steps. If you exceed more steps points than workout points, you will get the step points over those workout points. For example, if you get 12,000 steps in a day you will then get 12 points; compared to doing an at home workout that would've been 10 points that same day. In this example, you will get the 12 points over the initial 10, not both. The submissions are coming over, but some days you exceed step points over workout points. I hope this explains everything better!
I am finding out what you said is not true. I received I believe 8 points on 7-30 for steps and I turned in a zoom yoga workout. Based on what you said I should have received 10 points that day correct?
Sorry for any confusion, but that is correct. Unless you submitted for something else. Usually, points award for either steps or your gym check ins, not both.
I understand that but was told in the previous exchange it would be the higher points I would receive. According to your new reply I would never get points for at home Zoom activities because the steps would override anything even if they were the lower points. Was told the higher point amount would be taken (in earlier feed on same question) - if my steps were not 10,000 for 10 points I would get 10 points for zoom exercise at home. So, basically give up zoom at home entries?? Michelle
Again, I apologize for any confusion. The steps would only override the workouts if they exceeded 10 points. So, the original statement the higher point amount would be taken is true. Lets say, from your example, if you get 12,000 steps over the workouts that are originally 10; you would get the 12 points for the steps over the workout points that are originally 10. I would still encourage you to do the workouts just in case you miss out on any walking/running activity. I again want to apologize for any confusion. I hope this clears things up.
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