I just realized that I never updated this topic. I asked the Oxycise! website - their support is - what I should count it as on a fitness tracker. Their answer was that it burns more calories than stationary bicycling when done with gusto and so I could count it as stationary bicycling to get a close calories burned count. (I had forgotten that there was a study conducted to prove that.) I couldn't find the actual study on the website - I think it is in the Oxycise! book - but here is a link that discusses it : www.oxycise.com/whatis.htm . Just scroll down to the subheading "University Study". Since that time I have been recording my O! (as we Oxycisers have fondly nicknamed it) minutes everyday under "My Fitness" page - Cardio - Stationary Bicycling: moderate (bike, biking). I figure that I am not getting all of my calories recorded but some is better than none.
Those of you who do O! will appreciate being able to record it too!
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Hi! I'm new here, as of about a minute ago! But I've been doing Life lift breathing for a while now. I just count it as low impact aerobics on my fitness log. I figured it's probably worth about the same number of calories, and I want to get credit! :) BTW, I'm SO glad you all changed this team to include Oxycise and Life Lift! Thank you!
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