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Difference Between Calories and Watts

  1. Fat calories burned are a better measurement of exercise efficiency than Watts.
  2. Watt is a unit of power generated by the user during their exercise.
  3. Watts is a measurement of the input power, not the output wattage of the exercise. The console is measuring the amount of power into the workout, not the power that would be generated by the workout. Output wattage is approximately 25% of the input measurement.

 

 

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