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DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (58,536)
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3/4/14 12:14 P

That sounds about right to me. Strength training isn't a big calorie burner, so for a 30 minute workout, that's probably okay.

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ZORBS13 SparkPoints: (128,134)
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3/4/14 12:03 P

I never track sets and reps and weight on Spark. I just want credit for the minutes.

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IVYLASS SparkPoints: (148,275)
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3/4/14 11:52 A

I do Body Pump three times a week and there's no WAY I could keep track of all the reps. I just mark down 60 minutes of strength training and let it go.

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Everything in moderation.
JESSA3454 SparkPoints: (9,308)
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3/3/14 7:57 P

I did the Leslie Sansone 30 minute Firm Workout today. I just tracked it under Strength - Strength training: Moderate resistance training with little to no rest (includes compound exercises, free weights, dumbbells, weight lifting) with 5 pounds and it gave me 131 calories burned. I don't know if this is right but I don't really want to go through the video just to watch what each individual exercise was and how many reps. Thanks for any input!

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