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12/22/12 11:34 P


If you know the distance that you covered with in the time frame, You can then determine your pace per mile and select the option from the choices in the fitness tracker--for example--If you covered 4 miles in 60 minutes you walked at a 15 minute per mile pace on average.

I hope this helps!
Coach Nancy

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12/22/12 9:00 P

Record it as 2 seperate activities.

Say 10 minutes at 20 min/mile, and 10 minutes at 15/min/mile.


The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore all progress depends on the unreasonable man.
12/22/12 7:01 P

How do I record

Walking Workouts with Intervals: Training Programs for Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced Walkers

-- By Nicole Nichols, Fitness Instructor
in my fitness tracker.

The articles are good , but do not provide guidance for entering the data into fitness tracker.

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