got this response from the coaching email I signed up for:
You can enter your actual minutes on your tracker, and the tracker will record all of them and include them in your weekly tracking records, so you can see your actual totals even if you go over 120 minutes on any given day. The tracker will also estimate your calorie burn for any number of minutes you put in. The 120 minutes limit only applies to minutes that are counted towards earning Sparkpoints and Fitness Minutes for the geographic Sparkteam and individual Sparkpoint and Fitness Minute leaderboards. We set up the limitation on how many exercise minutes would count towards earning Sparkpoints and towards the Fitness Minute competitions because we didn't want people counting every minute of physical activity (including things like housework and walking around the house or office) as "exercise" just to earn more Sparkpoints or Fitness Minutes.
Not helpful - it screws up the reports and cuts off the upper limit in your personal report at 120 no matter what! I assume noone sees your personal report but it is corrupted by this goofy policy. I don't care if people count office work as a marathon. I am interested in comparing present personal performance to past and future personal performance. Spark points are meaningless if you get them by reading and spinning a wheel.
O, that this too too solid flesh would melt
Thaw and resolve itself into a dew!
| current weight: 193.1