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MOTIVATED@LAST Posts: 14,429
9/23/13 8:08 P

Your body weight is implied for those exercises. Leave it blank rather than trying to enter zero.

It is possible to add weights to some of those exercise (eg. squats with dumbbells), so leave the weight column blank until you are doing something like that.

M@L

SANDRASHINES Posts: 324
9/23/13 4:20 P

thank you, I didn't know that was an option.

SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 57,497
9/23/13 3:40 P

I'm not familiar with that machine, but if it doesn't use weights, then I think it's fine to leave blank.

Coach Jen

FRUGALISTA54 Posts: 260
9/23/13 3:00 P

I usean ab-King machine to do crunches. Is it ok to leave blank as well?

SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 57,497
9/23/13 12:09 P

Since those are body weight exercises, you can leave that field blank.

Coach Jen

SANDRASHINES Posts: 324
9/23/13 11:31 A

hello,
when I do strength training that doesn't involve weights( squats,plank, push ups, so-on), what do I put for the weight when it asks for weight? I have been putting 1 because that is the bare minimum allowed. I feel like I am cheating.

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