activity pro points

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  1. xxxjessiexxx

    xxxjessiexxx Silver Member

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    hi all

    im jessie and i did discover plan and was a gold member after having my son in 2007 i was 15 stone and got down to 9.8 in april 2009 i have put a heap load of weight over the last year and im about 10.11
    i have rejoined on pp its hard getting back into this and trying to work out points etc

    i go to the gym 5-6 times a week
    (even if i never loose ) i always have bad weekends so i have to work it off

    i x train for 30 mins burn 500 cals level 12 on a hill how many pp would this be ??

    i run for 10-20 mins burn about 100-200 cals

    i do 3 reps of 20 on legs weights
    i do sit ups and leg and excersies

    i swim about 20 lenghts and have a sauna and steam (bliss)

    could someone help with the pro points i been counting this as 5 pp

    thanks
    jessie :)
     
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    Hi Jessie,

    here is the calculation for working out your activity points

    High Intensity Level (rapid & deep breathing, sweating after 3 - 5 mins)

    current weight in lbs X no. of minutes X 0.0008077 = Activity Points

    Moderate Intensity Level (often & deep breathing, sweating after 10 mins)

    current weight in lbs X no. of minutes X 0.000327 = Activity Points

    Low Intensity Level (regular breathing, no sweating)

    current weight in lbs X no. of minutes X 0.000232 = Activity Points

    For example i do 60 minutes of zumba at high intensity

    228lbs X 60 X 0.0008077 = 11AP

    Hope this helps. :) xx
     
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    THANKS HUN SO IS THIS RIGHT 141 ib X 45 mins x 0.8077 =

    where did you get these calculations from where is the 0.8077 from ??

    your u get 11 pp from zumba for a hour that seems quite a lot ?

    u prob burn 400 cals
     
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    you've missed some decimal places hun -

    141 ib X 45 mins x 0.0008077 = 5APs

    The calculations are from the USA weight watchers website & are the cals behind the working out of the APs.

    I do 2 different zumba classes & one of them I burn on average 700 - 800 cals in the hour which is the 11AP & the other class i only burn between 500 - 600 cals so the APs from that are only 7AP.

    xx
     
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    You can also work it out that 40 calories = 1pp so if you know how many calories you've burnt thats an easy way to do it.
     
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    now thats easier

    thanks

    hehe

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