Two new challenges tomorrow #dontbreakthechain

by Volker Weber

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April was easy. The usual challenge was to close the Move ring every day. The special challenge was to close all three rings every day, which I do anyway. Who makes up these challenges? We will see whether May brings another impossible one that is broken by the one day off error.

Update: Got the exact same challenge for May, just with 31 days, because … :-)

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Ich hatte eine andere Challenge diesen Monat: 38 Trainings
Dachte die wären für alle gleich...

Stephan Kopp, 2018-04-30

Stephan, my challenge was to burn 18391 calories.

Federico Hernandez, 2018-04-30

I had to close 33 trainings this month, what I did.

Fozi Nisiropoulos, 2018-04-30

Apple versucht hier „Intelligent“ aus den bisherigen Daten des Nutzers individuelle Ziele vorzuschlagen.

Das kann halt sozusagen nach hinten losgehen.
Es muss noch an den Filtern/Stellschrauben gedreht werden. (Oder irgendwann mal einsehen das A.I. einfach noch meilenweit von „gut genug“ weg ist, also den Klimbim abschaffen.)

Vielleicht sind wir hier im Blog auch einfach nicht die Zielgruppe?!

Matthias Welling, 2018-04-30

I had the "challenge" to do two (!) trainings in a month. Not that hard..., now also to close all rings 31 times to get this for May. I don´t bother much with those challenges after all.

Armin Auth, 2018-05-02

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