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Adding exercise to the daily summary millcreekr — Feb 14, 2019 09:35AM PST

How do you add an exercise to your daily summary?

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Bruce MyFitnessPal Agent Feb 14, 2019 09:36AM PST

Hi there,

Adding an exercise to your diary is similar to adding a food. Just take the following steps:

On the Web​

  • Click on the “Exercise” tab, then click “Add Exercise” under the type of exercise you’d like to log.

In the App

  • Tap the large blue “+” button, then tap “Exercise”
  • Choose either “Cardiovascular” or “Strength.”

Type the name of an exercise in the search box and press the “Search” button — (on software keyboards, you’ll find it in place of the “Return” key). You’ll be shown a list of exercises in our database that match your search.

Select the item you’d like to add to your diary, then enter the number of minutes for a cardio exercise, or the number of sets, reps, and weight for a strength exercise. Finally, select “Add” or “✓​” (apps) or “Add Exercise to Diary” (site).

That’s it. Your exercise should be logged in your diary.

All the best,

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