Is there a way to track how many calories (estimate) that you burned doing one of the specifics workouts at home?
Was sort of hoping that there was a way to track the estimated calories burned based on the "video" that you chose to do that day.by: alaskanbliss
Before each video you enter your weight. After you are done, the program will tell you how many calories were burned.
Unfortunately, there isn't a way to choose a video based on the number of calories--you only find out after you complete the videos. Generally, the short videos (0-20 min) burn 100 to 200 calories; the medium (20-40 min) burn 300 to 400 calories; and the long (40-60) burn around 500 calories for me.
I look at the calories burned as a ballpark estimate of calorie burning. It probably varies depending on how much effort you put in, how many reps of each move you do in a given period, and what variations you end up doing. It's nice to have the estimate, though.
A great way to track calories burned and ingested is using MyFitnessPal.com--the app is on my computer, phone, and iPad so it's easy to keep track of what I eat, can eat, and the calories I burn. Unfortunately, the "Daily Burn" nutrition site does not hook into the workouts for calorie count, and frankly, is a bit cumbersome, so MyFitnessPal works for me and it might help you.
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