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SHARONSOWN Posts: 1,019
1/12/13 5:36 P

Thanks for the feedback, folks. I switched the meds to bedtime, and they're not a life-or-death thing anyway. Scared me for a bit!

I'm going to switch out the more intense workout for a lower level one that takes longer, maybe alternating for awhile.

Again, many thanks! emoticon

MOTIVATED@LAST Posts: 14,182
1/12/13 4:40 P

If you are doing the full 30 minute video, then 30 minutes is what you should log.

But honestly, if you are having to watch yor heart rate due to medications and health issues, you should probably get a less intense video where you don't have to stop.

M@L

BERTA6978 SparkPoints: (38,968)
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1/12/13 4:20 P

I would entire the 30 minute length of the video.

SHARONSOWN Posts: 1,019
1/12/13 3:49 P

I have a cardio-strength high efficiency workout DVD that should take 30 minutes. However, due to medications I have to pause frequently to let my heart rate and breathing slow down a bit, not to normal but so that I don't pass out! Should I enter the 30 minutes, or the 45 to 50 minutes it actually takes? I AM getting better!

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