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-Description of every single step you made until you encountered this error-what did you do, what happened?
Individual exercises are not included in total calories burned. The problem is that suddenly, some applications that use this total do not take into account the individual exercises in the calorie total (eg FoodVisor).
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Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max
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Hello, thank for your answer.
My question its not about estimation, and accurate of this estimation.
Freeletics add calories and exercise in Apple HEALTH APP, and the integration of this data is good in HEALTH APP.
But in tier app like foodvisor, data are not take into account.
Ok i understand now how it work, freeletics send information to apple exercise when starting, then its converted in calorie at the end of the exercise.
I think the calories burned during individual exercises are completely overestimated when we use bodybuilding exercises (BENCH PRESS, DEADLIFT, SQUAT…).
I think the application asks Apple to estimate the number of calories using the “HIT exercise” but during bodybuilding sessions we are no longer in HIT.
For example, after testing, if I use the freeletics application only for my session, it defines around 800 calories; if I use the exercise application of the apple watch by selecting “traditional bodybuilding” the watch brings up 450 calories burned.