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Earn $5 in points for every 14 miles that you run

https://sweeps.fitstudio.com/points4progress/
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Last Edited by peterstevens November 19, 2014 at 05:14 PM
FYI

For anyone NOT receiving their 5,000 weekly points for doing 14 miles. Check under "Connected Devices". Fitstudio conveniently un-synced mine. I had to re-sync it.

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<-- DO NOT use this promo code (122511SB), you will NOT get the full 5,000 pts for registering and you only get a $5/15 coupon.


Use this promo code 122511SB to score your FREE stability Ball! After registering, Sears FitStudio will send you an email with a coupon to pick up your free stability ball at your local Sears.

You can send in your data from these services:
Carepass for Aetna
Fitbit
Moves (free? app for iphone/android)
RunKeeper (free app for iphone/android)
BodyMedia
MapMyFitness (free iphone/android app)
MyFitnessPal
Withings

The others look like they require purchasing some piece of hardware to carry on you.

Adding for reference (thanks to jmhockey23:
Login / Reg
Activity Name Points Daily Limit
Complete registration 2500 2500
Login 25 25
Workout (I did it) 75 75
Exercise (I did it) 50 150
Every 7 days active on the site 250 250
Share FitStudio Content on Facebook 150 300
Share FitStudio Content on Twitter 250 250
Create Weight Goal 150 150
Update Weight 100 100
Weight Goal Success 200 200


Profile & More
Activity Name Points Daily Limit
Update Account Details 50 50
Update Notifications and Subscriptions 10 10
Update About Me 50 50
Update Goals and Interest 50 50
Update Professional Profile 50 50
100% Profile Complete 2500 2500
Added a Device / App (NP) 250 250
Added All 3 Devices / Apps 300 300


Friends
Activity Name Points Daily Limit
Accept friend request 50 250
Connect with a pro 50 250
Refer a friend 20 200
Send friend request 20 200
Invite friends from gmail yahoo facebook 20 200
Referred Friend Joins Fitstudio 25 500


Goals & Challenges
Activity Name Points Daily Limit
Join a program 200 200
Finish a program 1000 1000
Get 5 people to join program 1000 1000
Workout completed (NP) 100 100
Goal Success (NP) 150 150
Challenge Success (NP) 5000 5000
Challenge Success Top 20 (NP) 250 250
Personal Record (NP) 100 100
Create a Goal (NP) 200 200
Join a Challenge (NP) 250 250


Social Media
Activity Name Points Daily Limit
Post my Status to facebook 200 400
Connect facebook accounts 500 500
Connect twitter accounts 500 500


MISC
Activity Name Points Daily Limit
Calories burned- 100 (NP) 10 100
Distance travelled - 1 mile (NP) 10 100
Update my status 150 300
Track fitness item 50 100
Rate fitstudio content 50 200
Create custom workout 150 150
Add fitstudio content to library 25 100
Workout time spent - 20 mins (NP) 50 120









Quote from ericdabbs View Post :
Yes the its 5K points a week now. See the fitstudio points rewards chart below. You see that they added a "weekly limit" for distance of 5K points.

https://www.fitstudio.com/points_rewards

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#3
Might want to change your title to "every time you log in to your account". You don't have to run 14 miles to get $5 in points. Here's the point award breakdown:

https://www.fitstudio.com/points_rewards
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#4
Do we get any points for understanding how this works?
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#5
looks interesting!
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#6
Looks very........easy
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#7
Sears just doesn't get it, here is the typical life cycle of a Sears SYWR points deal...


1. Someone finds a deal at Sears that involves SYWR points
2. Everyone exploits the hell out of it
3. People Spend points
4. Sears shuts it down but doesn't tell anyone when, why or how, and those that didn't spend the points are left wondering what happened.
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#8
signed up, do not know why, anyone figure out how to get the points but not link a fitness app yet?
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they gave me 2.50 just for signing up
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#10
Should make people run around sears stores to claim the points. Sears employees can be coaches and yell at participants to "pick it up rookie" and "wouldn't you love to go home with a new Kenmore for $5 cheaper..." ... I really see a bright future here. Sears employees can then cheer and high five the runners as they cross the finish line between the 2 washing machines.
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Can we drive in our cars to work and count it as running?
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Quote from PiratePenguin View Post :
Can we drive in our cars to work and count it as running?
might look a little sketch when the app shows you "running" 70 mph on the freeway. Wink
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So I can link my mapmyrun.com account, but I just enter in the information manually since I don't use an app to track my runs. Will this work?
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can i place the apps and phone in my car and drive around??
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i connected to facebook and posted twice, but it didn't give me any points! Mad
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