Exercise pps?

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  1. hannah401x

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    Sorry if this isn't in the right section, I'm new to the site and not really sure how it works yet.

    I've got a crosstrainer at home and i'm not sure how to work out exercise points for what i'm doing because I can't seem to find it on the ww exercise points list
    I try to go on it every night for about 20 minutes, slow at first but then pick up pace in the last 10 mins so 10 mins moderate intensity then 10 minutes high anyone know how many points this would earn me? don't know if i want to eat them but it's just good to know :eek:
     
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    Heya according to the little purple book they give u when you join, 10 mins of moderate would be 1pp and 10 mins of high would be 2 pp, hope this helps.
     
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    thanks:)
     
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    Do u know where u read that please TJ, our leader said 70 calories was 1ap and others have said 100 calories per ap, so I am not sure
     
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