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11/1/13 5:30 P

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Hi,

This answer from our experts has detailed information regarding tracking various types of workout dvds and classes and should help you determine the best way to track your activity: www.sparkpeople.com/community/ask_the_expe
rts.asp?q=87


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11/1/13 10:49 A

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As I did insanity a few months ago I noticed that the Fitness tracker has it listed as Aerobics: General: High Impact (including P90X and Insanity) and for myself it only has me burning about 295 calories for the whole workout of about 50 minutes. I am a runner and it seems as though I burn a whole lot more (or close to it depending how far I run) calories during insanity. Is there something else I can list it under. I would like to start again for this month and would like to track my calories a little better. The DVD says you could burn lots more calories per workout and to make sure you eat enough to supply your fuel. I do not want to over eat just because and I do not want to under eat either. I need to supply fuel for my running also as I am training for an up coming marathon.

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10k 52min 2014 goal 45-50
HM 1hr48 min 2014 goal 138
Marathon goal is 4 hrs but since this is my first marathon as long as I cross the finish line I will be happy! :)





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