To complete the Step Up challenge you have to:
To count steps you must use your smartphone or any other device capable of counting steps (smartwatch, fitness bracelet). For the smartphone you have to install a pedometer application. Others devices have to be connected with your smartphone.
To report the steps on the website you have to:
A screenshot is a picture with the content of the screen. There are several ways to make a screenshot, depending on your smartphone. Please check your smartphone specifications about that. Google knows everything!
There are four challenges who count for the ranking and one challenge who don’t counts:
|Month||Step Up||Time to move||Activity matters||Far enough!||Strava trophies|
|December||45.000 steps in a week||–||–||–||–|
|January||220.000 steps||300 minutes||9||10km||as many as you can|
|February||230.000 steps||600 minutes||13||20km||as many as you can|
|March||280.000 steps||900 minutes||17||30km||as many as you can|
|April||300.000 steps||1200 minutes||21||40km||as many as you can|
As a visitor you may view the ranking and the participants list.
As a participant you may login with the credentials provided by your teacher, than:
This allows us to download your existing Strava activities and allows Strava to inform us about your new activities. In this way your Strava activities are registered automatically.
You may disconnect your Strava account anytime, but is not recommended, because your new Strava activities will not be registered for the ranking.
You have to connect to Strava only once, except if you disconnect your Strava account. In this case you must connect to Strava again.
After you finish an activity on Strava, please wait up to 30 minutes for that activity to be uploaded on C.A.L. website.
There are four challenges that count for ranking: Step Up, Time to move, Activity matters, Far Enough! and each one has a target, which is a number (steps, minutes, kilometers, activities).
Each participant has a coefficient, a sum of four numbers; each corresponds to a challenge and is computed as a percent between the challenge requirement and the current result of the participant. This percent can be higher than
100, but cannot be higher than
For example, the January Step Up requirement is
220.000 steps. If I make
100.000 steps the percent will be
45,45 and if I make
300.000 steps the percent will be
136,36. Notice that the percent can be higher than
The Activity matters challenge requires to do
9 Strava activities in January. If you will have
25 activities, the percent will be
200, even if the computed value is
25 * 100 / 9 = 277,77.
Strava activities count for Time to move, Activity matters and Far Enough! challenges:
Activities marked on Strava as Only you are not downloaded and don’t count for ranking.