Event Overview

Date:
Sat, Jul. 8, 2017 12:00 am to
Sun, Jul. 9, 2017 11:59 pm

Event:
Two To Get Burning

Category:
Jump

FitWell Points awarded:
10 Points

Status Points awarded:
3000 Points

Registration Slots:
142 out of 300 max

Registration Dates:
Mon, Jul. 3, 2017 12:00 am to
Fri, Jul. 7, 2017 11:59 pm

Team Rules:
Minimum members: 4
Maximum members: 5

Leaderboard Status

Final

Event Leaderboard

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Two To Get Burning

Have you hit a weight-loss plateau? Remember the absolute rule to live by is to burn more calories than you consume. If you’re already watching what you eat, but aren’t sure how much you are burning, participate in our next challenge, ‘Two to Get Burning.’ You and your team of five members will need to burn a total of 8,000 calories during a two-day period – that’s 800 calories per team member per day (no individual minimum required though) – to earn 3,000 Status Points and 10 FitWell points. If your team ranks among the Top 10, ranked by total number of calories burned above the minimum, you’ll receive bonus points and a team placement trophy.

The details:

  • Register before 11:59pm on July 7th
  • Event date: July 8th-9th
  • Goal: Burn 8,000 calories as a team of 5 over a two-day period
  • Points: 3,000 Status Points and 10 FitWell points
  • Upload deadline: by 11:59 p.m. on July 11th
  • Competition: Each team member on the Top 10 teams, ranked by total calories burned beyond the minimum, will earn between 150 and 3,000 Status Points and a placement trophy
  • Points and trophies: Awarded by July 13th

 

Fitbit "Calories Burned" vs. LEAP4LIFE "Calories Burned":  When viewing your "Calories Burned" on your Fitbit Dashboard, you willl notice the total number of calories burned will be higher than the "Calories Burned" displayed on LEAP4LIFE.  The reason for the difference is, Fitbit includes calories burned during resting periods (BMR) in addition to calories burned as a result of daily activity.  LEAP4LIFE displays the calories burned related to your daily activity and does not include your calories burned related to your personal BMR, thus generating a lower number.

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