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DIDS70 Posts: 5,070
4/19/13 1:14 P

i guesstimate the best i can. I usually do pretty well with the numbers that SP provides. If it is a little more or a little less, I don't really worry about it. I am not a stickler. As long as i am moving and feel great, I don't concern myself with calories burned.

MOTIVATED@LAST Posts: 14,239
4/19/13 10:17 A

Perhaps take a look over your recent results, and see how many calories per minute you typically burn. 8-10 calories per minute would be typical for someone who works out regularly, 10-12 if they were really pushing themselves hard.

Alternatively, you could check your pulse manually (stop briefly for 10 seconds, then multiply by 6), and use the calculator at www.shapesense.com/fitness-exercise/calcul
ators/heart-rate-based-calorie-burn-ca
lculator.aspx
to estimate calories burned.

M@L

BLBST36 Posts: 349
4/19/13 9:30 A

How do you calculate the calories burned without a HRM? I have been so dependent on mine and now I can't find the most important part - the wrist piece. I just have no idea how to gauge how many calories I am burning.

Is the fitness tracker accurate? What do I use for an Arc Trainer (it's not listed)?

I do plan in ripping apart the house for an hour after work to see if I can find it, but in case I can't find it, I can't stop working out :(

Edited by: BLBST36 at: 4/19/2013 (10:04)
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