Exercise Diary not working

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Joined: Jan 13
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Posted: 10 Jan 2013, 11:30
I obviously dont know how to use the exercise diary feature in this site because I cannot get rid of the Resting and Sleeping default numbers and when I try to add an exercise it only gives me the option to "replace" something else...I'm soooo confused! Can anybody tell me how to add a simple exercise to my diary and get rid of the resting and sleeping items?

Thank you!

Joined: Jan 11
Posts: 12

Posted: 10 Jan 2013, 11:45
you can't get rid the resting/sleeping item. (I went thru the same frustration when I started.) What you do is replace resting/sleeping time, with an exercise. So in other words, enter an exercise and it will prompt you to "replace (instead of)" resting/sleeping. You'll notice the resting/sleeping numbers will decrease and your new exercise will be added on. I hope that helps!!
jaci lynn

Joined: Jan 12
Posts: 16

Posted: 10 Jan 2013, 12:18
Unfortunately you just have to keep adding activities into the list until your whole day is full until the amount of sleeping and resting time is actually accurate for you. Like I said, unfortunately.

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