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A 05-23-20 11:55 AM - Post#898378    

To the best of my knowledge, most Schwinn Airdynes that came out after Y2k have a measuring device that displays a number of workout related metrics.

One of the metrics is calories burned.

Does anyone know what bodyweight the calculation is based upon?

If, for example, the bodyweight utilized to generate calories is 160 lbs., and you weighed 192 lbs, would it be correct to gross up calories burned by 20 percent?

Thanks in advance for replying.

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