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Fitness Minutes

Monday, January 14, 2008

Hate for this to be my first entry in an eternity but I am trying to wrap my mind around the Fitness Minutes Challenge. I can't seem to figure out how, with only 15 days gone in January, some Sparkies have over 18,000 minutes logged in. I think it really defeats the whole purpose of the challenge. You should only log in the minutes you do for a particular day. What happens if for some untold reason you don't reach the fitness minute goals you logged in back in the beginning of the month. You can't subtract them. This I feel is cheating, and is not fair to the people struggling to reach their monthly goals honestly. Enough of my ranting and raving......

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JENSFITJOURNEY 1/30/2008 12:52PM

    I could not agree more! I totally feel that it is cheating and it is upsetting!

Thanks for ranting and raving..... :)


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MLEBLANC 1/15/2008 10:04AM

    I didn't know that, maybe that is what it is happening. I would post a message on the Community Team Member forum but people don't seem to see this as a problem. Thanks for the info Yardwalker and Happy New Year!

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YARDWALKER 1/14/2008 8:49PM

    Imust say I agree with your comments, also I am wondering how many people are aware that if you use the quick tracker and the actual regular tracker they are both added and you are receiving double minutes..

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MICHAELEWELLS 1/14/2008 5:57PM

    I think you are correct. So much of sparkpeople is on the honor system. It would really be difficult to track the abusers down.

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