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BAILEYHOUSE2007 SparkPoints: (2,459)
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5/15/13 11:36 A

i used what it says on sparkpeople, unless it doesn't then i use the machine itself. Aren't heartrate monitors expensive?

SIMONEKP Posts: 2,615
5/14/13 1:39 P

Ditto Zorb, Bailey, how are you measuring how many calories you burn specifically? Might I suggest a heart rate monitor for a little more accuracy.

BAILEYHOUSE2007 SparkPoints: (2,459)
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5/14/13 9:05 A

you rock. didn't even occur to me.

ZORBS13 SparkPoints: (151,230)
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5/14/13 8:20 A

select 'enter my own exercise' - put in Arc Trainer or whatever you want to call it and 225 cals.

Edited by: ZORBS13 at: 5/14/2013 (08:20)
BAILEYHOUSE2007 SparkPoints: (2,459)
Fitness Minutes: (1,895)
Posts: 44
5/14/13 8:06 A

I used the Cybex 750a which is a lower body arc trainer (according to the website), i have no idea how to put this on my tracker and i burned (according to the cybex) 225 calories. Can anyone help?

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