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UNIDENT Posts: 33,498
1/4/14 2:08 P

Yup! Atta girl!

It's easy to get caught up in the numbers. But all the numbers are estimates anyway.

For most of us, if we are eating sensibly and exercising regularly, things should work out okay. It's only worth getting really exact on the numbers if, over a long term period, that isn't working.

X33SNOWWHITE13 Posts: 65
1/4/14 1:55 P

Thank you!!! I'm such a perfectionist. I need to stop dwelling on making sure I do this perfectly and just make sure I'm doing it!

UNIDENT Posts: 33,498
1/4/14 1:47 P

Power yoga will be fine.

Don't get too caught up in thinking your tracking has to be 'accurate'. Remember all tracking is a guess anyway. If you tracked the most studied and most likely to be accurate thing (say, running), your body may still be at a variance to the 'average' figures used to track. Just keep working on what goes in, and make sure you're getting *some* exercise. And if your loss doesn't match expected results over an 8 week period, then consider whether your tracking of something might or might not be accurate enough. :)

X33SNOWWHITE13 Posts: 65
1/4/14 1:22 P

Help! Do I just track it as power yoga or what? It's yoga but it uses weights. We do things like tricep kickbacks and chest flys while in yoga poses.

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