Logging your stairs

Logging your stairs

You’ll be able to log your stair climbing session manually through your dashboard. Remember to also include the stairs you did going down!

  • Step 1: Login to your dashboard and select ‘Log My Stairs’
  • Step 2: Under ‘Log My Stairs, enter the date and number of stairs climbed
  • Step 3: The number of stairs will now appear on your page

Counting your stairs during workout

Manually:

If you don’t have a device that counts flights climbed simply resort back to the 1900’s and use a pen and paper to tally up your climbs or step ups (if you don’t have stairs).

IMPORTANT! Remember to also count the stairs going down!

Electronically:

Use our calculator when adding your activity on the website to convert your “flights climbed” to a stair count. Not all smart devices track flights so check your device first and do a test run to ensure your flight of stairs registers with each ascent.

Note: We use the conversion of 16 stairs = 1 flight or 3m of elevation.

Counting squats, lunges or step-ups

If you're not using stairs, take note of the conversions here:

  1. One step up (and back down again) = two stairs
  2. One squat = one stair
  3. One lunge = one stair

HINTS:

Remember that you can add to your stair count at any point during the challenge.  Take a break from your desk and pump out 50 “step ups” each hour. They’ll all add up!