Yes you are screwed if you buy the apple watch after already owning a fitness tracker and racking up 900 points a few times. If you do other sports like surfing, martial arts or swimming where you can't always track heart rate or steps you lose out. Discovery reckons only happy joggers and cyclists are worthy of fit status.You need to learn to play the system as well as it plays you
Basically if you keep your weekly max to about the same as the allocated ie if it says you need 500, get 500(I suspect also only sync last 150 points after Saturday).. if you report 900 points successive weeks it will go up very fast by 100 increments.
in other words under report..
Been noticing it for a while. Didn’t go as far as calling them...
Been there, done that. I feel for the people who are signing up to use Discovery Bank. Based on my own experience with the Discovery app (3+ years) - having CONSTANT issues with logging in, linking devices, syncing workouts, claiming rewards etc. they really need to step up their game or employ a whole different and competent development team for the banking stuff.Have to drive to gym now so that can get 100 points I need, because of the Samsung permissions issue lol
That's super weird. Are you using a chest strap? I hear that some of the wrist-based HR monitors aren't all that accurate.I do cardio gym classes and go all out but almost always still only get 200 points. I feel like unless you are willing to full out run for 30 minutes, it will be difficult to get 300 points I'm not a runner.