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DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (58,536)
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4/25/13 8:46 P

Weight isn't required when logging strength exercises, so when I do bodyweight, I don't put a weight at all. It's for your reference only, and doesn't affect the calculations, Use what you want to keep track of. :)

As for the kettlebell, yes, that's kettlebell training.

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AYLAZON SparkPoints: (25,416)
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4/25/13 7:09 P

Hi everyone! I have a couple of questions...

I'm working with a trainer for the first time and I'm logging my workouts. One of the things she has me do is leaning pull ups using straps hanging from a machine. It's kind of like Coach Nicole's demo for leaning pull ups on the smith machine. So what do you put in for weight when you log it? Your body weight or a percentage of your body weight, or what...?

Also, when you use the kettlebell and do the squat/swing, thing, is that logged as kettlebell training?

Thanks in advance and ya'll keep Sparkin!

Edited by: AYLAZON at: 4/25/2013 (19:14)
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