I just linked my fitbit to my fitness tracker. It's great that I am able to link fitbit and sparkpeople together, makes me life easier!
However, I realized that after my run today when I went to enter in my mileage, it added all of my steps and calories burned. Does this mean if I have my fitbit synced that I should not add mileage for walking/running? I would like my steps to be tracked as well as my runs, but it seems like this may not be an option. Also, it doubles calories that I can eat for the day if it is tracking the activity twice.
Any input with this? Thanks a lot!
Edited by: KM1116 at: 7/19/2013 (16:26)
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