I have an elliptical bike because my hip replacement joint can't tolerate the traditional type. Long story short, it doesn't seem to track the amount of activity correctly on the bike, so I generally leave it on but then I just record the number of minutes I worked out on it on the tracker manually.
Pounds lost: 41.0
Fitness Minutes: (81,324) Posts: 24,525 1/5/13 7:56 P
a lot wear it and a lot don't When I work out I usually put it aside and enter my exercise done on equipment manually on the fit bit site so it does not count twice
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current weight: 167.0
Fitness Minutes: (38,829) Posts: 215 1/5/13 5:36 P
hey I just got my fit bit for christmas I have some questions hoping you all can help me Do I wear my fit bit when I am on the elliptical and stationary bike or do I take it off I dont want to count it twice once as exercise and once as steps how does this work
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