If the console’s date and time aren’t correct, your results might get posted to the wrong day.
Press and hold one of the Quick Speed keys on the right part of the keyboard. The display will show
Press Enter. Adjust each of the Date and Time settings. After you adjust minutes, the display will return to its normal standby mode.
The easiest way to operate the USB data system is to insert a USB drive into the console before you start using it. However, you can actually insert a USB drive at any time.
If a USB drive is inserted before you press Pause, when you do press Pause, the display will show
Workout Saved after it shows you some workout summary information.
If there is no USB in the console when you press Pause, the display will prompt you with
Insert Drive to do so. Then press Save, and your data will be written to the drive.
Do not power off the equipment or let it enter its power-saving sleep mode before saving data to a USB drive, or else you will lose data.
Now, use the Jump app to sync your data to your online account. There is no need to sync this exercise data after each exercise; we have had some users record six months of daily exercise data before they sync!
Insert a USB drive into the USB port on the console. Data is written every 20 seconds to the drive, so you must keep the drive in the console for your data to be recorded.
The Jump app runs on your computer to transfer the activity data on your USB drive, which you insert into your computer, to your online Club account.
Dashboardfrom the Jump interface, or use the Active Trac phone app.
When the treadmill or elliptical is running, it writes activity data to an internal computer memory every 20 seconds. When you insert a USB drive, the console copies this data to a comma-delimited text file on the USB drive, then deletes this data from the computer memory.
Note that this memory is not flash or other non-volatile memory, so data will be lost if the power is turned off or the equipment enters its power-saving sleep mode.