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MOLLOCALYPSE Posts: 190
2/13/13 10:09 P

Thanks!

MLAN613 SparkPoints: (178,148)
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2/13/13 7:51 A

I log the entire 45 minutes. The warm up the instructor provides is quite intense and I am definitely starting to sweat within 5 minutes in the warm up.

GLH1980 SparkPoints: (6,021)
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2/13/13 3:38 A

When I did Insanity I just logged my total time. But I was also inputing my calories burned from my HRM and logging it in as my own exercise. If you don't already have a HRM I highly recommend one for Insanity. It's much more accurate than the calories you will get by using the tracker.

MOLLOCALYPSE Posts: 190
2/12/13 10:07 P

I'm doing Insanity and can't decide how to log it for cardio. The workouts (for month 1) are about 40 minutes long, but there is warmup stretching, breaks, and a cooldown...so I don't know whether I should calculate just the minutes that are active high impact cardio and leave out all that other stuff or count the whole 40 minutes. I want my calorie burn to be tracked as accurately as possible. Advice?

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