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MOTIVATED@LAST Posts: 14,684
12/15/13 9:35 P

Track it as 20 minutes of moderate exercise, and 10 minutes of vigorous exercise (or whatever ratio of HIIT you are doing).

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12/15/13 8:44 A

I just log high impact aerobics for mine

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SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 58,621
12/14/13 10:48 A

You'd need to log the intervals and the recovery time separately, unless you're wearing a heart rate monitor that will keep track of the calories burned for you.

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12/14/13 9:56 A

How do I track a HIIT workout on the Fitness tracker?

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