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26th October 2012

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MyFitnessPal Description

MyFitnessPal is a fantastic way to keep on track of your health and start getting back into shape.

It's a frictionless way of keeping track of your calorie intake and your exercise. It's good fun to scan and record your food using the built in camera on your iPhone or iPad, to access an online database of foods.

MyFitnessPal also has a built in social network and integrates with a variety of monitoring tools and 3rd party websites.

This full tutorial includes sections on:

  • Introduction to MyFitnessPal
  • Setting Up A New User Account
  • MyFitnessPal Screens
  • Logging Foods
  • Logging Exercise
  • Monitoring Progress
  • MyFitnessPal Friends
  • Misc Settings

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ChapterDuration
Start[1m 35s]
Introduction to MyFitnessPal[1m 40s]
Setting Up A New User Account[2m 40s]
MyFitnessPal Screens[3m 5s]
Logging Foods[6m 26s]
Logging Exercise[57s]
Monitoring Progress[1m 4s]
MyFitnessPal Friends[56s]
Misc Settings[1m 29s]
Wrap Up[1s]

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