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calories burned for video class i take

member since May '12


I enjoy the great workout from the videos. Is there a calories burned site I can view to see the amount of calories I may have burned for a specific video class? Can I plan a video class in my workouts weekly workouts instead of building a weekly workout of machines.

posted : 5/7/2012 at 3:46 PM

Tricia Kramer member since Feb'12

877 rep

I'd love to know the answers to your questions, too!

posted : 5/16/2012 at 11:11 PM

Amanda Nagy member since Apr'10

33k rep

Hey Vikkimr!

It depends on the videos you are doing. We do some crazy behind the scenes math that I don't even understand (I leave the maths to the science nerds here). However, you can always add custom activities.

Learn how to create custom activities here:

However, you'll get a more accurate calorie count if you use a heart rate monitor or other tracking device.

Does that help?

posted : 5/17/2012 at 3:26 PM

member since Mar'14


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Since Flight 370 flew almost seven hours beyond the point where something went terribly wrong, it's almost guaranteed that crucial cockpit sounds have been erased.On the positive side, the depletion of the battery will not wipe out data. Data has been known to survive years in harsh sea water conditions on modern recorders.

posted : 3/21/2014 at 11:28 PM

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