Would there be any point to logging the steps from my iHealth app as an exercise or is that already being accounted for by the General Activity category (which I have set to Light)?
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Thank you. But does the General Activity category include the steps I am taking during normal daily activity? (not talking about a long walk, just going around the house or to the car or from the car through the store and back etc). I don't want to double count.
@YogiSteven , Light Activity in "General Activity" Accounts for general Activities of Daily Living including sitting, eating, etc. So if your activity tracker is only accounting for steps taken during the day, I would leave it at "Light". If you are unsure, you can read more about it in the Cronometer user guide: https://cronometer.com/help/profile/#activity