4 Replies Latest reply on Jan 11, 2019 9:57 AM by Aka211202119161

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    Aka18182641830

      Do you only get credit for 500 steps, no more?

        • Re: steps
          go365admin3

          If you get 500 or more steps per day, it will count as a Daily Workout for that day. Check out the Frequently Asked Questions section for more information.

            • Re: steps
              Aka13421040191

              And only 8 days a month.  Woo Hoo.

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                  Aka211202119161

                  This does not provide incentive for an active lifestyle at all.  One can achieve 500 steps by minimal walking around the house during the day.  Once the 8 day total awardable maximum is achieved (easily by the 8th day of the month), there is no additional reward for workouts, attending Silver Sneakers classes, or any real exercise.

                   

                   

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                  • Re: steps
                    Aka211202119161

                    Just to emphasize the difference between 2018 and 2019 programs:

                     

                     

                     

                    2018:

                     

                               500 steps = 1 point

                     

                               1 point = $1.

                     

                     

                     

                    The maximum earning for 2018 was 15 points for each of 30 days either by recording 7500 steps or a Silver Sneakers check-in, so a person could earn a total of 450 points or $45.

                     

                     

                     

                    The maximum earning for 2019, by either 500 steps or a Silver Sneakers check-in has no incentive to be active at all.  500 steps per day for 8 days/month is NOT active.  I could understand making the program less generous with the monetary reward, but do not understand removing all encouragement for developing a healthy, active lifestyle.

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