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TOTALREDO2013 Posts: 5,257
1/17/12 11:28 P

I manually enter everything based on my HRM. I am doing Pump DVD's and just enter it all under the cardio option and customize based on thw workout I did and plug in what my HRM says. It is a form of cardio because of light weights, etc.

TEXANGRRL Posts: 22
1/17/12 8:33 P

If I track it as circuit training, the fitness tracker says that a 45 min class burns 419 calories. Does this sound accurate for a body pump class?

KAUDREY318 SparkPoints: (5,672)
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1/17/12 2:06 P

There are also Boot-Camp options in the tracker - you could use one of those to approximate it.

RABSFK SparkPoints: (13,549)
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1/17/12 1:28 P

I track it as "circuit training" and don't track the individual reps, etc. I consider it a full body workout, but checking off each body part/move would double count the minutes in my fitness tracker.

UNIDENT Posts: 33,498
1/17/12 1:21 P

Use the Quick Track feature to record this and get credit for the time spent. It's on the homepage if you aren't already showing it.

TEXANGRRL Posts: 22
1/17/12 1:01 P

I've recently started doing the body pump program at our local YMCA (they call it Y-Pump), but I'm unsure of how to track it on the fitness tracker. Trying to remember an hours worth of reps, weights, moves, etc. is too difficult for me to do. How should I track it?

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