I forgot how i did mine. I traded it in last weekend becaue i was having trouble with the kinect not capturing my push ups for the 360.
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For games, I usually use the calorie count the game itself shows (IF it knows my weight, etc., not if it thinks all users are the same ;) ). If not, I use whatever exercise seems similar to what I did (and also how I felt during/after!) from the Spark list.
I think most (accurate) calorie counts are based on the calories burned above and beyond what you would have burned during that time doing normal/restful activity. Hence, the number is not ALL that you burned during that time period, just what you burned by exercising instead of sitting.
UFC Fitness looks tough!
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I have this game for the Xbox, but I still use the minutes and calories it gives me at the end of the workout. Some times I due multiple 3-4 minute drills and add up my time and calories.In my opinion, I feel like I'm burning more calories than what it tells me but I go with their estimate for here.
I have UFC Fitness under my favorites in the exercise log. I must've added it myself and the minutes/calories boxes are open to fill when I'm logging my progress.
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