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WHOVIAN85 Posts: 861
2/14/13 10:38 A

The reason why I asked is because my elliptical says distance in mikes, but I guess ill just track it as calories burned from my polar hrm watch. How accurate are those, I have the same model you have, and has a chest strap.

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LGW: 150
LUCKINLOVE Posts: 216
2/14/13 10:05 A

I've had my elliptical for over 5 years and I've never once thought to wonder about distance, hehe! I only worry about resistance and time spent on the machine...and then, of course, what my Polar FT4 says for calorie burn. I'm sorry I can't help you with the distance thing, but I was like "tracking miles on an elliptical?". I'll be curious what the answer is.

WHOVIAN85 Posts: 861
2/14/13 9:45 A

Okay feeling a little bummed about finding out elliptical miles dont equal real miles. Are elliptical machines a good workout? I workout out on mine 4 to 5x a week, at a current resistance of level 5, I do about 6 to 7 elliptical miles in 35 minutes, I have a polar f4t hrm watch that tracks my calories burned, heart rate and times. Im not a runner nor am I trying to compare them to running miles, I just want to get an idea of how to track the distance on them.

"The good things donít always soften the bad things ó but vice versa ó the bad things donít necessarily spoil the good things or make them unimportant."
Doctor Who Series 5: Vincent and the Doctor
SW: 232
CW: 203.2
LGW: 150
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