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DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (60,366)
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2/24/14 8:25 A

You only need to put in a weight if you're lifting a weight (and even t hen, it doesn't change the calculation, just for recordkeeping.) If you don't want to put one in, leave it blank; the value has to be greater than 0 if you put anything in the box.

MOTIVATED@LAST Posts: 15,344
2/24/14 8:21 A

For some bodyweight exercises it is possible to do them with weights as an option.

Just leave the field blank - your bodyweight is implied.

Use either lbs or kgs - whatever you are used to, it's really only for your own records, rather than any calorie calculation.

M@L



LEC358 SparkPoints: (11,135)
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2/24/14 8:14 A

The units are in whatever you set your default to, so I'm guessing you default to lbs by looking at your tracker so that's how your exercises will track. I think they mean weights you are using, but what I always did was if I was just doing body weight, just put in 0.1 or some trivial number to fool the program.

VIPRINCESS Posts: 82
2/24/14 7:36 A

I don't get it , I put in squats it says sets reps mins okay I get that but weight do they mean my weight ? or if I am using weights ? and if I am not using weights what do I put since it won't accept 0 . , Also is it in lbs or kgs ? . emoticon

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