In our high-tech, fitness-focused world, wearable exercise trackers have become as common a sight as watches (and, in many cases, they are watches). This might have you wondering: What's the widespread appeal?
In a word, accountability... Read more
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In this video, Coach Nicole explains how to use your Fitness Tracker. Learn how to find your free, customized Exercise Tracker and Workout plans, track your fitness minutes on the s... Read more
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You hear all the time that to lose weight, you should track what you eat. Well, a 2008 study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine shows that keeping a "food diary" may double your weight loss efforts.
Researchers fr... Read more
I noticed many refer to exercise and I personally did not see any reference to exercise in her question. Is there a portion of her question I am missing. Everything you do burns calories, even sleep. Her question was about calories and driving a bus.... Read more
Tried to exercise today but very sore from the last two days. After 5 min into it, my feet hurts and legs are sore...and for some reason, i feel tired even though it was only 5 min. But i feel bad for not exercising today...what should i do?... Read more
Just consider that bonus calories burned.
I never record shopping,unloading a car etc as my cardio for the day.
They are activities that should already be accounted for in your activity level.
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Sometimes when the scale stops moving for you, take a look at your calorie intake and exercise plan. More exercise may require more calories, so use the nutrition tracker to stay on track. Shake up your exercise routine to shock your body. Just don't... Read more
I've lost 35 pounds, made it to my goal almost a year ago now. My secret to success is that I use the Nutrition Tracker religiously. EVERY single thing I eat is recorded there. I don't cheat. Sometimes I skip doing it on the weekends, but on Monday I... Read more
If you use the Nutrition Tracker regularly, you probably already know that you can save foods you eat frequently to your "Favorites" list. This makes it much faster to add foods to your tracker every day. But now it's even easier to kee... Read more
I'm not much of a "gadgets" person, but I am a results person. While I don't go for every trend or spend a lot of money on the latest technology, I will invest in things that have a big benefit to me. If that means a premium iPhone... Read more
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