Leave it blank - your bodyweight is implicit in this.
There are some bodyweight exercises that can be done with weights (eg. squats with dumbbells), and entering your bodyweight could confuse things if you up the degree of challenge sometime in the future.
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7/2/13 8:13 P
You can leave the weight column blank.
Hope that helps,
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Bodyweight exercises are considered strength exercises , simply list them under strength training. You do not calculate a calorie value for strength work.
It is called WORK-ing out for a reason.
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Cardio burns calories, strength work burns fat.
Eat well to lose weight, exercise to get fit
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7/2/13 6:54 P
Hi everyone!! I'm new here and have to say that I am very impressed with this site! WOW!! Im entering what I call Phase 2 of my reform. I was filling out my exercise routine and am stumped as to what to put for weight coloum..I don't use any weights except for my own body weight. Is there a formula or a ratio that I need to use to calculate this?? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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