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10/9/09 1:51 P

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If you check out the fitness tracker, you'll probably find some category that it will fit under. However, did you do this "exercise" under normal conditions while you were at your heaviest? To be honest with yourself, I would advise counting only the new and added exercise and not the things you did normally. The idea is to take in less and output more, so if it was part of normal life at your heaviest, it's not part of that equation. If you're going from slowly doing it on a riding mower to full bore with a walk behind or push mower, then that's new activity. Hope this helps.

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10/9/09 1:37 P

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Can 'power walking with a lawn mower' qualify as a fitness activity? How about walking with a weed wacker?


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