How do the calculations of different challenge types differ from each other?
You can study the different challenge types and the math behind them from the table below:
|Challenge type||Challenge description||Number of achievements||Calories|
|Calories||This challenge is all about burning calories within a specific timeframe. Calories both from activity and training are taken into account.||"Trainings and Activities" = training sessions + active days||Calories both from activity* and training are taken into account.|
|Distance||This challenge aims to cover a specific distance through training. This is a perfect challenge to motivate you into being more active in everyday life, be it a start of a new running lifestyle or cycling to work every day.||"Trainings" = training sessions||Calories only from training are taken into account.|
|Steps for Activity||This challenge is about accumulating steps in a specific time period. Take the stairs instead of the elevator, or try commuting by foot - see if you manage to reach your steps goal together.||"Actives" = Active days||Calories only from activity* are taken into account.|
|Active time||This challenge is based on activity zones, and you can tailor it to your liking. The goal is to train at a specific activity zone, and only training on the set zone counts.||"Actives" = Active days||Calories only from activity* are taken into account.|
*Calories from activity doesn't include your BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate), the amount of energy expended while at rest.