Published: 01.02.08 (Updated: 11.05.11)

Keep track of your exercise on a daily basis with Omega`s Exercise Log. By using the log actively you can receive Advantage points.

Omega’s Exercise Log is designed to motivate, assist and reward active employees. Here is all the info you need to use the log, and gain Advantage+ points by keeping healthy.

What is the Exercise Log?

A personal log that tracks your own exercise activity on a day-to-day basis. When you have completed a workout, a simple mouse click in your log will keep track of your exercise week, month and year.

How do I use it?

Your Exercise Log is accessed under the Advantage menu in Connect. Today’s date is selected by default, and marked in green. If you, for example, completed one hour of exercise today, click the second block from the bottom. Any exercise in the last 21 days can be registered the same way, just click the boxes (one box equals 1/2 hour) on the day(s) you exercised. The arrow on the sides of the calendar lets you navigate to other weeks than those currently displayed.

To delete, click the box and it will disappear. To delete the entire exercise, click the bottom box of the day, Clear.


How do I get my Advantage points?

If you exercise 8 – eight – hours or more in any given month, you will receive 2 500 Advantage points. The points are automatically added to your Advantage account in the middle of the following month. Go to Account in the Advantage menu in Connect to keep an overview of all Advantage account activity.

What is considered exercise?

Physical exercise is the performance of an activity in order to develop or maintain physical fitness and overall health.The following are (a limited number of) examples of activities that you should register in your exercise log book:

Running, basketball, football, bowling, hockey, rowing, handball, volleyball, squash, golf, cycling, swimming, dancing, in-line skating, cross-country skiing, hiking, brisk walking, jogging, skipping, aerobics, yoga, pilates, petanque, kickboxing, weight training, tennis and downhill skiing.

Most any sports-related activity could be registered as exercise. However, if you are unsure if an activity should be registered in your exercise log, contact us for clarification.