Four minutes of cardio at a time isn't really recommended as trackable.
Why not just put the entire time into the Quick Track as "PT Session"?
Deb, in New Zealand
3/26/13 7:00 P
The best way to estimate the calories burned for that kind of workout would be to wear a heart rate monitor. Otherwise, I'd add up the time you went at various speeds and add them as separate entries in the fitness tracker.
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3/26/13 3:16 P
This morning was my first season with the trainer, I actual enjoyed it! She has me doing interval weight training. Love it, she had me do things that I didn't think I could do, because I hadn't tried but I did them.
How do I track that kind of a workout? I know I walked for 3 mins, jogged 1... did some weight training, back to the treadmill... 2 sets.
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