Google Fit App Adds Challenges To Track Your New Year's Resolutions - Surge Zirc SA
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Google Fit app is ready to give you point bonus if only you would work with it. Meanwhile, It’s nearly January first and you’re yet again promising yourself that this can be the year you finally get into form. Apparently Google is looking to help with new challenges in the recently redesigned Google Fit app.

The 30 day long events task planned by Google you with earning points by staying active and can keep you moving enough to fulfill your New Year’s Day resolution.

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Google’s challenges occur within the Google fit app, that is out there for Android and Wear OS-powered smartwatches. Are you interested? Then wait once the calendar flips to 2019, you will be ready to be part of the first month long challenge that may reward you points once you complete bound activities log by the Google fit app.

It’ll mechanically discover walks, runs and bike rides. you’ll be able to manually record alternative specific activities, or sync it with an app like Pokémon Go to track your activity whereas you play.

Google will be giving out one point per minute for moderate activities like brisk walks and multiply the points for intense ones like running and kickboxing. The baseline goal for work is a hundred and fifty points per week, that is enough to fulfill the recommendations of the American Heart Association (AHA) and the World Health Organization (WHO) for physical activity.

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The internet giant is making ample efforts to get some influencers from 9 totally different countries that can give inspiration to keep you going. Google didn’t talk about whether you will compete with others over a specific trophy or not.

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So far it looks like the Google fit app and it program is targeted at motivating yourself rather than fighting over a target.