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What information can I read on the Activity page?

The Activity screen shows you all you need to know about your activity on a single screen.

The graph on the upper half of the screen displays your progress hour by hour. Touch and drag your finger across the graph to view how many steps you had at a particular time of the day.

The star icon indicates when your activity goal was achieved.

The stopwatch icon allows you to view the details of a recorded Stopwatch activity.

The table on the lower half of the screen displays all your statistics for the current day, including the number of steps, the distance you covered, the calories you burnt and your active time.

The calories are divided in 2 categories:

  1. The calories you burn from taking steps (walking, jogging or running) are shown under step calories.
  2. Even when you are sedentary or sleeping, your body burns calories; they are known as basal metabolic rate (BMR) calories and are shown under rest calories.
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How do I set my activity goal?

If you'd like to change your Activity or Sleep Goals, select the Menu icon at the bottom left of the screen. From the menu, select Settings, then Goals. Rotate your finger around the display to adjust the activity goal. When finished, select the "sleep" button at the top, then adjust your sleep goal in the same manner.

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What are "Get Active" alerts?

Your watch can optionally be configured to alert you with a beep when you've been inactive for too long. If you hear a beep, you've been sitting too long, so get up and take a short walk.

You can select the duration of inactivity and from what hours you'd like to be reminded by touching the Menu icon at the bottom left corner of your screen and choosing get active alert.

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How can I record a workout?

To record a workout, you must select the workout function on your AlpinerX watch, by pressing several times the 3 o'clock pusher, until you reach it ("WKT").

With the 4 o'clock pusher, you can select the type of workout: workout, run, walk, Nordic walk, treadmill.

Starting/stopping the record of a workout works like the chrono function. Start/Stop with 2 o'clock pusher. When it is finished, reset it with the 4 o'clock pusher.

After synch, the workout details will be visible in the AlpinerX app in the activity page.

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How can I track my run with GPS?

When you record a workout, you can track it on the GPS map. To do so, you need to:

  • Enable your GPS in the phone
  • Accept that AlpinerX uses the GPS service of your phone (asked at the first launch of the AlpinerX application)
  • Set "GPS Workout" feature ON in the AlpinerX menu "general"
  • Have a connection between the watch and the phone when you start and stop the workout
  • Carry your phone with you during the workout
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How are calories calculated in the AlpinerX application?

Whether you are sedentary or sleeping, your body burns calories; this is known as BMR (basal metabolic rate) calories. By default, the AlpinerX application reports calories burned as a combination of your BMR and your activity level. Your height, weight, age, and gender influence these values. If you'd like to view only your active calories on the dynamic coach graph, select the Menu icon at the bottom left. From the menu, select Settings > General then toggle "bmr calories" off.

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How is a user's stride length calculated – Is it simply a metric based on height?

The MMT-365 system determines distance travelled in real-time using patented algorithms based on detailed accelerometrics, and analysis of the user's actual gait in consideration of the user's biometric profile (height, weight, age, gender, etc.). These algorithms are continuously optimized using machine learning with MMT SwissConnect team of scientists. Unlike most systems, distance traveled is not just a simple multiplication of a fixed stride length times a number of steps — that is what most other solutions do and it is very inaccurate.