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1/30/09 4:36 P

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Right... the only reason it tells you that is because if you are burning a lot consistently, you should change your goals accordingly. Then Sparks will figure out if you need to up your calories to maintain a healthy level of weight loss.

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1/29/09 11:02 A

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Don't worry about it. You can go to your "start" page and change your "goals". It's the last part under "my tools" and you can up your minutes you plan to exercise. I don't think you messing yourself up at all. 40 min/day is a good, healthy amount of exercise that would do anyone good.

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1/29/09 10:51 A

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When I logged my work out this morning, I got a message telling my I've significantly exceeded my weekly calories burned goals.

I think that is OK, but thought I'd ask if I may be doing something that would set me up for a fall?

All I'm doing is walking on my treadmill for 40 minutes everyday. I usually walk at 3mph for most of the walk. I know this is good for my diabetes control--but don't want to unintentionally set myself up for some sort of 'fall'.

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