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question, do you notice a lot of extra drag wearing water shoes? when I looked online for them I only found the type I use to walk into the beach to protect my feet. I assume those would add significant difficulty in swimming. (on the other hand, so what! I'm not swimming for a medal emoticon )

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Thank you for all the information!

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Thanks KSGAMMA. Exactly what I was looking for.



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I always wear my SpAT on my shoe, so when I started using the pool, I bought pool shoes and clipped it on the side of my foot. I find I am able to do a better cardio workout in the pool, by going into the deep end of the pool to move my legs as if "biking" in water. I also move my arms so I move about in the water. This also elevates the level of cardio.

When I reclassify the workout I choose from these options:
treading water, vigorous
treading water, moderate
water jogging
swimming leisurely

I hope this helps. I LOVE my SpAT and have been much more active since I started wearing it. Enjoy!


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glad I could help. was surprised not more answers.

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Thank you so much Lyn for taking the time to explain .. I will do as you suggest .. I also love my spark tracker .. Hugs from Australia ... Susie emoticon emoticon

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Cpokeyrun and Susieph1 - I hope this answers both of your questions. It's kind of long trying to get out what I wanted to say but it probably all applies to both of you.

When I come home from the pool I go into my Start menu on SP to see if my SPAT tracked anything. Of course, you have to wait until it has synced or whatever that is called. I then choose the option to "See Tracker Details" under the listing of your steps and such. That takes you to a new window and I scroll down below the bar graph to where there is a small chart naming what your SPAT tracked and what the tracking results were. It usually says something like "some walking exercise." If you hover your mouse over the title it gives your exercise, a link called "reclassify" will appear. Click on reclassify and a drop down menu will appear and you go thru and find the exercise that best describes what you did in the pool (for me it's aquafit exercises so I pick aerobic water exercises). After clicking on your choice, you will be out of the drop down menu back in the window where you found "reclassify." The new title will be there plus a link to click on to update your records. Click on that or your record will not be updated. 100% of the time, my reclassification is worth a lot more steps and calories burned than the workout SPAT guessed at.

The SPAT will only track an exercise that is 10 or more CONSECUTIVE minutes. If you stop for any reason for more than a second or two, the minutes you have been working out, if less than a full 10, will be wiped out and discounted. For eg. if I am out for a walk, it tracks as long as I keep my feet moving on the walk. If I go into a store and stand still at the counter while buying something, or if I stop on the walk to exchange words with a passerby/neighbour, when I stop walking and stand still my tracker will stop tracking. If my walk had been for less than 10 mins I would lose that workout time. If it was more than 10 mins, it would track it for how ever long I had been walking but still stop. Once you start up again, SPAT would start tracking again but as a new workout. You would have to do an additional 10+ mins on the end of your walk for that part to count. I have fooled the tracker by hopping from one foot to the other when stopping to chat. Stopping to retie a shoelace can be long enough to stop tracking the workout you are working on. You can manually record anything the SPAT misses and it will record the number of minutes and the calories burned of those manually recorded items but it cannot update the steps or miles sections. If you are in a monthly challenge, the manually recorded items do not count.

This also applies to doing things in the water. When I do aquafit exercises, I have to keep my feet CONSTANTLY moving and moving enough to register or like with walking, the SPAT figures the workout is over and I lose anything less than 10 mins and it has to start over. So, perhaps when your tracker did not record your workout, you were not constantly moving your feet. I literally have to be hopping from foot to foot as if I were jogging for mine to track my exercises - especially the non leg exercises. Some things I just can't have it track because it is impossible to move the feet as needed while doing the exercise I want or need to do and in those cases I add the workout on manually. When I come home it isn't unusual that SPAT will have tracked my 30 mins of water jogging and call is "some kind of walking exercise" and then perhaps 2 more times pick up 15 mins. of other "some kind of walking exercises" as I hopped up and down doing other exercises. So, I reclassify the 3 tracked sessions, total up the mins tracked and then I go into the fitness tracker window and manually put in the other number of minutes I was exercising that the SPAT did not track. The trick is to keep your feet moving constantly for it to track. I have had some success tracking hand movements by wearing the SPAT on an elastic on my wrist but it has never been as close as tracking leg movements when wearing the SPAT on either a shoe lace on my foot or an elastic around my ankle. Some say they have had success putting their SPAT on the edge of their bra - I haven't had much luck with that.

There are other things I wish it would track but it doesn't because you can't keep your feet constantly moving while doing them - heavy housework, vigorous gardening - for just 2 examples. If you regularly have items that are not tracked, be sure to look up on the internet how many calories are burned by that activity for the number of minutes you worked out and put them in your favourites section of your Fitness Tracker. I find that the sites I like best to look such things up take into account your age and weight before giving you an answer - it makes a difference. For eg. the heavier you are, the more you burn calories as it takes more effort to accomplish a task. Therefore, it is necessary as you lose weight to re-evaluate your favourites and the calories burned you have listed there.

Good luck and I hope this helps. Even though I find it annoying to lose steps, the SPAT is still a great motivator for me. Right now I have an injured knee and although I can still go to the pool and do a lot of exercises, I can't do the hopping up and down so today, and several other days, my SPAT recorded no workouts.

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7/25/14 2:35 A

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I used my SPAT in the pool tuesday and today It's not tracking my pool work out .. I attached it to my ankle with a elastic band as was suggested in the comments on the SPAT team
I have had to enter this manually .. as it didn't track .. Can anyone tell me what I am doing wrongly please .. emoticon

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7/20/14 3:19 P

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This was the perfect thread for me because I just got my tracker set up today, and I want to try it swimming. My question is not if it is waterproof (seems that it definitely is!) but how I tell it that I am swimming instead of walking. Or do I manually adjust that once it is tracked? I'd appreciate some input. Thanks!

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I have to change my battery too much lower 12% hope it is being accurate .. I did get the battery but of course it is the wrong one.. so tomorrow off to the store I go..

Thanks for all the good advice.

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TY for the warning GoCalGal! I am almost due for a new battery, (it's at 20%, now) so that's good to know before I need to replace it.

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A warning to all who wear their Spat in the water! Be sure to follow instructions carefully when changing the battery. Mine was not completely sealed because the seal (O ring) popped out and I did not get it back in just right. Water got in and even though I let it dry out it was not until I put in another completely new battery that it began working again. I wore it into the pool today and it is working as good as new. So glad...I've really missed it!

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thank you KSGamma

great info ..

I bet it is the same for the ocean as waterproof is waterproof -- salt should not affect it.. ---we hope lol

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This is all such helpful information - I had read that it was waterproof but wasn't 100% sure. Has anyone worn one in the ocean? I'm assuming it's the same difference as the pool but wanted to check - I didn't know if saltwater affected it differently...

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Lola... I've found that my tracker only tracks my activities in the water if my legs are constantly moving as if I was walking/jogging so for other exercises to track, I hop from foot to foot thru the whole process (where I can - doesn't work if doing something with a float but does if swimming, jogging, hopping, etc.) If you stop for any period of time, you lose any exercise done in less than a 10 min. continuous period. I find my tracker works best if worn on my foot so I made an elastic band with the stuff you use for elastic waist bands and wear that on my ankle and clip my SPAT to it. I found it didn't track as much if attached to the bra of my bathing suit or to my wrist. It doesn't list the activity tracked as water aerobics or water jogging but you can reclassify and you will want to because it counts it as a walking type exercise burning a lot less calories than the aquafit does. If there are periods that do not track, I add them in manually. They will show on your Fitness tracker then but not on the SPAT records on here.

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thanks for all the tidbit info on the tracker in the water.
I want to go back to the aquafit -would love to be able to track that.

night everyone

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I wear my SPAT on my water shoe. I've worn it for both deep water and aqua-box classes. It works well as far as tracking the "time" but I always have to reclassify the workout due to the various movements you do in the water.
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It is waterproof (if closed properly after changing the battery).


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It totally is waterproof tho, because I even tap it to check my progress after class, to see if I made my goal or I need to stay after class and walk some more. marching or dance seems to count more so than our tip toeing in the pool, or stretching. so not everything I do in the pool counts as a step But the tracker stays in place and out in the open, in fact I get asked almost every day what it that on my swimsuit! I wear the one with the spark logo. I figure its good advertisement. Plus people love that company is practically local!.

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Thank you so much for your comments, everyone.

I alternate walking on land days with walking in water days, to save my knees. I was brave enough to take my new SPAT into the pool on Sunday (sealed in a Ziploc bag tucked in the bra area). It appears I have trust issues, hahaha.

I'm going to refine the way I carry it because learning from your experience it wasn't close enough to my body. Also, I stopped to do in-water pushups and maybe it stopped at that point? I was delighted it registered anything at all! The pool opened an hour late that day :( and because I had the SPAT on, I walked around the grounds instead of sitting in my car playing on my phone while waiting for the doors to open. I got most of my steps in that way.



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When I purchased my tracker on amazon, there was an inexpensive tether advertised that I bought with it. It cost less than $3.00
It clips easily to my pants or the top of my swimsuit, and I haven't lost my tracker in ~2 months!
I wear my tracker in the pool and hot tub too and have had no problems.
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I wear mine on a scrunchie(not sure how to spell that) on my wrist, in the pool all the time... not to worry it is perfectly safe.... cause I use ankle weights and don't want them to interfere with my tracker. It can be corrected(reclassified) later when you get home on your PC or cell...

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I find when it starts over because I stop, I just manually log the difference. I have enjoyed hearing about all the responses on this thread. I can't wait for swimming season to start. I have also heard people putting the SPAT on a hair scrunchy and wearing it on their ankle. Thanks for all the ideas.

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Thanks for this information. I read that it would go through the wash, but wasn't real comfortable with taking it into my pool. I noticed the other day when I went for a walk that I did not get all my steps as exercise because a neighbor stopped me to talk. I only stopped long enough for her to get in step and walk along with me, but it broke the cycle just for a minute and as I was not 10 minutes into my walk it restarted and did not count the first part of my walk.

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Buy yourself some swimming shoes, they are cheap about 12 bucks or less. I wear mine at the gym (in the pool) and steam room/sauna to keep from getting athletes foot. And to protect my feet while running in the water.

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Darlene - the Spark Tracker is good up to 100' of water and I don't think you'll be going that deep, lol. I find it doesn't track as accurately as for jogging or elliptical, etc. Good luck.

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This all is very useful since I didnt think you could use it in the water so I might give mine a shot during the pool tomorrow and see how it does.

Thanks everyone!!!!

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Now that I've recovered so much, I decided to start using my ankle weights again when doing my aquafit exercises. They were very uncomfortable because I couldn't seem to get them tight enough to stay without moving around my ankle without really hurting. But, I was able to put my Spark Tracker onto one of the straps on a weight. When I got home, I discovered that the tracker had picked up a lot more of my exercise. In the past couple of weeks it has usually picked up say 13 mins. of a walk type exercise and 17 mins of a walk type exercise when I had done 60 mins of my aquafit exercises plus 2 15-min sessions of water jogging with 30 steep stair steps thrown in. I figure since there was no stopping during the 15 mins. that it was picking up only the water jogging with a few minutes of the exercising. It may have been able to pick up more but if you stop for a drink of water or to look up what comes next, you break the 10 mins. it tracks exercise as so if were at 8.5 mins since the last brief stop, none of those count because you stopped the trend. Today, with the tracker on my ankle, it tracked me at 66 mins of walking type exercise! I figure that was the 30 mins jogging/stair riser and 36 mins of the 60 aquafit. The aquafit included 10 mins warm up at the beginning and 10 mins slow down at the end so it only missed 14 minutes instead of about an hour and as I said above, it could have been because I briefly stopped moving my legs and broke a 10 min. cycle. Tomorrow I'll try it again with the weights but with a definite break just before and after each jogging session to see if it records them separately.

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Thanks everyone for your information, It is very helpful, Since swimming season is soon here (I hope) I wanted to make sure I could wear it in the pool. emoticon

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I don't wear shoes in the water so when I do my aquafit exercises and when I do my water jogging I've worn it on the bottom band of suit's idea of a bra (lol) and also clipped to my medic alert bracelet on my wrist. I do the jog in 2 15-min sessions and today it recorded I did a 17 min and a 19 min session around the timing of the jogging so I guess it's pretty much registering only the jogging and only a few mins of the 60 mins I spend doing aquafit. I made absolutely sure that I didn't stop moving the whole hour and a half I was in the pool but it still wouldn't register it unless I was jogging. When I got home I reclassified one entry as water jogging but wasn't offered the option of reclassifying the 2nd. I then manually put in the other mins I was working out.

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I wear mine during water aerobics, doing laps, and in the hot tub. I don't wear shoes in the pool, so I clip mine to the top of my suit, on my umm boobage area? it may not be the most accurate, but it works for me. it sees my aerobics as a cycle event, and I reclassify it.

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Mine was waterproof in the pool and in the washer.

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In the pool, I wore it on my foot, on a water shoe to get the most "bang" for my buck in terms of tracking my movement.

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GRAMMYTINK - Other members have said that they go swimming with their SPAT on and have had no problem with it. Others have even forgot to take their SPAT off their pants or wherever they've had it and also had no problems with their SPAT. It holds up really well. I believe you can buy another clip on SP. If you make sure that you have the SPAT with the open end facing down towards the toe you shouldn't have any trouble with losing it. I keep mine on my shoe laces down towards the end of my shoe and have never lost it.

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Can you swim with the activity tracker. I heard it was waterproof, but how long can it be wet? My pedometer I had before, I forgot and went in pool with it on. It never worked after that. I had to get another one. Where can you buy clips for on it when you break one?



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