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You can keep up with your workouts through your online account.

To keep track of your workouts outside of the Wellness Center, you must sign-up for an online account at During your training session, an email will be sent to you. Follow the steps below to create an online account:

Step One:

Once you are on the Activelinxx website, start by clicking the sign-up button indicated in the image to the left by the red arrow.

Step Two:

When you reach this screen, fill out the information that you provided at your Activelinxx appointment. Your Fitlinxx ID is the five digit code that you recieved during your initial appointment.

Step Three:

If your information is correct in the boxes above, then you can hit "yes" and proceed to creating an account.

Step Four:

On this page, you can create your own username and password. Make sure you click the box indicated by the red arrow saying that you agree to the terms and conditions in order to create an account.

Step Five:

After you create an account, you will be able to see a page like this that will show all of your workout information the machines have recorded for you. From this page, you can also log a workout that was not done at the gym or done on a machine that is not hooked up to Activelinxx. If you need help figuring out how to log a workout, you can follow the steps in the section below.

How to log home workouts into Activelinxx:

If you have a workout that you did at home, outside, or at any machine Activelinxx is not apart of, you can manually add these workouts to help you track your routine. To get started with this, you must sign-in to your account online. From there, you can follow the steps below to help add your workout.

Step One:

From your account home screen, like the one shown to the left, you can click on "Manual Log Data" and then choose "Strength" or "Cardio" based on what exercise you are wishing to add. The area on the screen is circled in red in the photo to the left to help you find it.

Step Two:

After selecting either "Cardio" or "Strength", you will be taken to a page like the one above. From here, you can add workouts from gym machines, common activities, and other generic machines. You can click on each section to explore more of the specific workouts you can add. 

Step Three:

Some sections have multiple pages so you can click through them or search for them at the bottom of the page. This is indicated by the red arrow in the photo to the left.

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