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SP_COACH_NANCY SparkPoints: (158,833)
Fitness Minutes: (112,042)
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3/28/12 7:03 P

If it is a heart rate monitor, you can click on the add cardio button and then click on the manually enter calories burn button and there you can manually enter in your calories expended.

Coach Nancy

L-RIOT Posts: 348
3/28/12 6:54 P

It does both. I know I can also track my heart rate on it but we can't put that into spark peopke anywhere, can we?


SP_COACH_NANCY SparkPoints: (158,833)
Fitness Minutes: (112,042)
Posts: 46,222
3/28/12 6:49 P

Hi LHAAS8,

Are you talking about a pedometer or a heart rate monitor? The reason I ask is a pedometer is only designed for walking and will not accurately predict calories burned.

Coach Nancy

L-RIOT Posts: 348
3/28/12 6:43 P

I wore my pedomiter while I went skating last week and it said I burned around 300-400 cal in 2 hours. My issue is, spark says I'm burning 900. I know I should trust my pedomiter but is anyone else seeing issues like this??

Edited by: L-RIOT at: 3/28/2012 (18:44)
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