AIA Vitality Query - Points

So I joined just recently - a month ago.
My query is for those using one of the associated gyms that give you 100 points per visit.

The max is 100 points / day up to 15000 per year for "physical activity".
Does the gym does fall under the "physical activity"section. I thought it did but some say it doesnt. It was too late to call AIA today and I know the program is popular on this site so thought ppl here would know.

ie. if you had your fitness watch or phone app and went for a run outside and reached your steps for the day and synced it to the AIA app. And also that day you went to Anytime Fitness for a workout - would you get 100 points or 200 points that day?

I don't have a fitness watch yet so have not attempted this yet.

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  • +1 vote

    The physical activity points are capped at 100pt per day, unless you're doing timed events (need to double check see below).

    The total points from physical activities (walking 7.5k / 12.5k steps, mins of exercise @ % heart rate) will be capped at 15000pts per year.

    You can still collect "points" that contributes to your weekly active benefit ($5 gift card for meeting goal).

    Hope this helps :)

    AIA organised fitness events:
    Depending on the type of sports and the intensity of the event, you can earn between 100 and 1,500 AIA Vitality Points. A yearly cap of 15,000 points applies.

  • +2 votes

    Does the gym does fall under the "physical activity"section. I thought it did but some say it doesnt. It was too late to call AIA today and I know the program is popular on this site so thought ppl here would know.

    ie. if you had your fitness watch or phone app and went for a run outside and reached your steps for the day and synced it to the AIA app. And also that day you went to Anytime Fitness for a workout - would you get 100 points or 200 points that day?

    Yes, gym visits are counted as physical activity. On a single day, you can't go for a run, get points, and tag into the gym and get another 100. If you went for a run, and earned 50 points, by going to the gym, since that is worth 100, it would ignore the 50 and choose the highest earning physical activity item of the day for your points allocation.