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    Default Anyone used the 'Pact' fitness app?

    I've read about the pact app before but have just downloaded it. I wanted to get some feedback before I enter my credit card details. Did it really keep you motivated?


    For those who don't know about the app, you make a weekly pact regarding your fitness goals, e.g. 3 workouts. You get paid a small amount per workout (around $1-1.50 I think) but if you don't do all of your workouts in a week, you get fined an amount you've decided on ($5-50). You're paid when you meet your commitments by the people who don't meet theirs.

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    Bumping for the lunchtime crowd :-)

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    Question? How do they know if you've really done the workouts???

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    You have to check in at a gym and spend at least 30 minutes there. If you're not working out at a gym, it uses the motion sensor in your phone to determine whether you're walking or running as opposed to being relatively stationary.


 

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