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Topic # 205697 23-Nov-2016 15:45
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Anyone keen on doing a S Health step challenge?

 

I'd be keen to have a challenge against a few people..

 

100'000 steps within 7 days..

 

First one wins..


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  Reply # 1676200 23-Nov-2016 16:16
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Sadly I have a major impediment to participation. Laziness. Having said that, I hope you find some worthy competitors and wish you all the best of luck. I'm going to lie down now, the thought of that much energy expended has made me exhausted :)


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  Reply # 1676253 23-Nov-2016 17:00
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Does it include meters travelled in a wheelchair ? tongue-out





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  Reply # 1678673 28-Nov-2016 10:29
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As long as S Health tracks it.. don't see why not.. :D


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  Reply # 1678687 28-Nov-2016 10:44
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I am genuinely surprised more people aren't taking up this challenge. 

 

 




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  Reply # 1728618 2-Mar-2017 07:53
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Probably a wise move.. considering the amount to walking I do a day.. lol..

 

But seriously.. challenge still on.. ;)


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  Reply # 1728628 2-Mar-2017 08:07
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I would but i'm lucky to get between 6 - 10,000 steps each day.  that is what happen when you are on your butt for 8 hours a day and then use weight machines and exercise bike.


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  Reply # 1728669 2-Mar-2017 08:50
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Im a keen competetive walker and often do that in a week!!

 

Whats your S Health user name





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  Reply # 1728683 2-Mar-2017 09:04
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I'm dubious about the accuracy of S-health's pedometer function (accelerometer based).

 

It gives me wildly different (33% CV) step counts for my walk to work each day.

 

How have other found it?





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  Reply # 1728684 2-Mar-2017 09:05
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Just reading the forums on android central- sounds like its a bit of a mission to add anyone. I have privately messaged the user to try and sort out





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  Reply # 1731098 6-Mar-2017 16:51
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Waay better with a tracker.. I got the gear s2 and works pretty well.. seems accurate.. but then again its not like I count every step.. lol..


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