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1/6/13 9:16 P

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it changed since you body was being physically active , example moving to the beat of the music.

it does that also when you dance and dancing is considered exercise

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1/6/13 9:09 P

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I have been wondering about this because on days I don't exercise, it still shows exercise minutes when it syncs with my computer. Today I was moving a lot to music during church but don't consider that 'exercise'. Anyone understand this?

I don't usually check fitbit.com for my info so don't know anything about 'very' active or how it rates your activity level.

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