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2/13/10 10:05 P

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I don't know if this will help or not, but when I had to do the arm bike (as I called it) at physical therapy, I used my watch to track time, heart rate and calories burned. Then I manually entered it and checked it to put it under My Favorites on the Cardio part of my Fitness Tracker.

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2/12/10 1:02 A

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Has anyone any idea how one would record time on a pedal exerciser??
I actually can't decide if its strength or even recorded under steps or aerobic - I guess that using it with no resistance for legs might be strength and for arms with resistance might be aerobic - but they only have "stationary bike" in SP and that's different!!
Any ideas please??

Edited by: EMMABE1 at: 2/12/2010 (01:03)
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