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
Everybody tells me that they would love to knit, but they don't have time. I look at people's lives and I can see opportunity and time for knitting all over the place. The time spent riding the bus each day? That's a pair of socks over a month. Waiting in line? Mittens. Watching TV? Buckets of wasted time that could be an exquisite lace shawl. ~Stephanie Pearl-McPhee, At Knit's End: Meditations for Women Who Knit Too Much
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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