Jump Rope Entry in Fitness Log...There isnt one???

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jibber_jamme...

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Posted: 20 Feb 2010, 08:12
SO I am using a skipping rope for my cardio work outs, and there is no option to enter that in in my fitness journal. Can I create one like i create my own foods?

I found online that skipping rope burns 217 calories for 15 mins for a 190lb person.

Just want to keep my stuff accurate Smile

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Jen_005

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Posted: 20 Feb 2010, 14:20
I have the same issue! I kind of just pick dancing or add on the minutes to the time I spend doing cardio on an exercise machine. :/ Not very exact, and I wish there were more exercise choices on that list. Jumping rope is hard work!

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ChallengeMem...

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Posted: 21 Feb 2010, 13:24
You can create one by choosing other...it will ask you for the calories burned, etc.



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