I working with new strength workouts that are cross-fit style. Lifting and body weight exercises done in fairly quick sessions. (I say cross-fit style, but I am far from doing a true cross-fit workout). So I know the my heart rate is higher than when I did more traditional lifting but I'm still logging it as strength ____ minutes.
I'm not in the habit of eating back my calories, so am I doing myself any harm in not trying to get a truer idea of calories burned during the specific workout session?
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