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SCAREWALDORF SparkPoints: (60,467)
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5/1/13 4:26 P

Yes it does. Thank you! xoxo

SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 58,437
4/29/13 2:12 P

If you use the search in the fitness tracker and pull up this activity, it's still considered a strength exercise. You'll notice the calories burned for it is relatively low, so I think you'd be safe to track it as calisthenics.

Hope that helps,

Coach Jen

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4/29/13 11:08 A

Does anyone track calisthenics as a cardio, rather than the individual strength exercise? I ask, because I have a set of DVDs where four of the dvds work on areas of the body (legs/arms/core/back and shoulders) and I don't know if I should track them as Calisthenics or just leave them (They are about 40 mins each at least, and I don't have the time to track each individual strength movement!) I don't want to cheat myself by thinking I'm burning more kcals than I am, so any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks in advance

xoxo

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