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8/31/13 9:43 P

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Thanks for that. I entered all my info. It seems that the wisdom is to go with the HRM. Thanks again.

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8/31/13 4:52 P

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I always used my HRM. Yours has a chest strap and you entered your weight, height, and age into the watch before you started right? Just my two cents!



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8/31/13 2:02 P

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I just got a Polar FT7 HRM and fitness tracker. The FT7 is reporting twice the calories burned as the P90X calorie counter. For the P90X I enter my weight, intensity, minutes, and the specific P90 exercise, and it calculates the calories burned. When I do the same exercise, the FT7 calculates around twice the calories burned. Which is more accurate? Help?
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