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Google wants to nag you into completing all your New Year’s Resolution


Google has vowed to badger people so they stick to their New Year’s Resolutions.

It is about to launch a new ‘challenge’ on its Fit app which will invite participants to spend 30 days getting hit.

The tech giant wrote: ‘January is fast approaching—and that means it’s almost time for New Year’s resolutions, even though most people seem to abandon them about a week into the new year.

‘But if 2019 is the year you want to stick to your goals, you may want to get a head start. In fact, our New Year’s resolution is to make it easier for you to get healthy, and have fun doing it. Here’s how you can put health and wellness first in 2019, with a little help from Google.’

The Google Fit app will give you one ‘point’ for every minute of activity you complete. It measures your activity through an Android phone or smartwatch powered by Wear OS.

Google added: ‘You’ll score Heart Points for any activity that gets your heart pumping. Get one point for each minute of moderate activity, like picking up the pace while walking your dog, and double points for more intense activities like running or kickboxing.

‘Hit 150 Heart Points per week to meet the American Heart Association (AHA) and the World Health Organization (WHO)’s physical activity recommendations shown to reduce the risk of heart disease, improve sleep and increase overall mental well-being.’





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