Walking is a great exercise and is easy to build upon once you get stronger. Walking works lots of muscles and can start out very small, and add just a few more steps when you are able. Best of wishes, Friends!
Pounds lost: 14.0
Fitness Minutes: (6,071) Posts: 152 8/30/11 10:37 A
Awww you can do the push up and crunch test. It's actually easy. You can do modified push ups on your knees or on a wall if that is all you can do. There's no wrong answers =) You just see how many you can do in 1 minute of each. Then you try again in a month. It's a great way to see how your improving in overall fitness.
Thanks Swayde, but my problem is that I don't do much other strength training and therefore won't be able to log anything else (Of course, I do track the cardio as well) I suppose I can live with no record of toning/strength, but I'd kind of like to see my strength records over time. I might just put it down in a notebook otherwise.
Pounds lost: 19.0
Fitness Minutes: (51,787) Posts: 1,832 8/30/11 8:49 A
Hello I'm kind of new, but have been posting my walks on another thread here.
I'm hooked on Leslie Sansone's DVDs. Superb!
But my question is: I do lots of her toning workouts using the stretchie and, of course the various strength training she intersperses in the DVDs. I'm pretty much doing full body strength three times per week. But I have no idea how to add them to my fitness tracker? Is there a way? There doesn't seem to be an option like there is when adding cardio to tracker.
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