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  • How do I create and track a group of exercises?
To make tracking exercises easier, members can create and track a group of exercises. Once a group of exercises are created, members will be able to track those quickly.

To create a group of exercises:
  1. Roll your mouse over “My Trackers” in the top left corner of the screen.
  2. Click on “My Fitness."
  3. You’ll now see your Fitness Tracker page.
  4. Click on "Groupings," which is the third tab to the right.
  5. Click on "Create a new Exercise Grouping."
  6. A new window will open up.
  7. Enter a name for your grouping.
  8. Click “Create Grouping.”
  9. You can now add exercises from your favorite exercises using the drop-down list, SparkPeople’s Library by searching exercises from the “Add from SparkPeople Library” section, or you by manually entering an exercise by typing the name of an exercise in the text box below the heading labeled “Enter a New Exercise.”
    Note: If you use the option of entering a new exercise, you can check the box “Add to Favorites” to have easy access to it in the future.
  10. Once You have selected or entered an exercise, you can enter the number of sets, reps and/or amount of weight lifted in the boxes to the right.
  11. Click “Add” on the far right of the page for each exercise you want to add to your grouping.
  12. When finished, click “Close” at the bottom of the page.
To track a group of exercises that you have created:
  1. Roll your mouse over “My Trackers” in the top left corner of the screen.
  2. Click on “My Fitness."
  3. You’ll now see your Fitness Tracker page.
  4. Click on the “Groupings” tab, which is the third tab to the right.
  5. You’ll now see a list of your exercise groupings.
  6. Check the box(es) for the grouping(s) you would like to track.
  7. Click on the “Add Selected Groupings To Tracker” button.
  8. Your group of exercises will now be listed in your Fitness Tracker.


For more tips to use and customize your Fitness Tracker, refer to the tutorial video below.



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