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Activity Points

Discussion in 'Weight Watchers' started by linds21, 12 November 2008 Social URL.

  1. linds21

    linds21 Full Member

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    I was wondering if there is any where i can look to work out the activity points of different excercises.

    I went to the Gym for 30 mins (Doing Cardio) on Tuesday morning and was not sure how many activity points i would have earned?

    Im also going to a dance class tonight for an hour which is pretty fast paced and really not sure on that either!??? :eek:

    xxx
     
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    You should be able to find out the points for exercise either in your book or on-line, depending on how you follow the diet.

    Theresa x
     
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    I can see there are a few things about activity points but there are not anything like dance classes...

    Is there a book i can buy at my meetings that have activity points in?

    Sorry to be a pain! :)
    xxxx
     
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    just wondering see if u dont use ur activity points can u still loose weight for example i went on a 6 mile walk today and im not going to count them....?? xx
     
  6. blackwidow

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    according to a site i found ;)

    i assume current weight is lbs.. will try working it out..

    well i worked out 30mins of swimming for myself, which i normally peg at 4AP if i do 1hr as i consider it moderate activity.

    224lbs x 30 x .000327 = 2.197 so works out well for me :)
     
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    Maybe teachers were right - maths can be useful throughout your life!!
     
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    do u have to use the acitivty points though??
     
  9. blackwidow

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    no. you can save them for a treat later in the week or not use them at all. however a lot of people find their bodies react positively to eating their activity points and they lose more weight during the weeks they do use them than the weeks they dont x
     
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    what i have been doing is not including the dashes of semi skimmed milk into my tea as i no i have done enuff activity points to cover this hehe.. so no treats ill not use them but carry on doing it this way and i mean its only a few drops of milk lol
     
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