Featured Partner: Les Mills workouts have been added to the exercise database!

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After hearing many requests from you, we are excited to announce our newest partner — Les Mills. Their exercise data has now been added to the MyFitnessPal exercise database. No longer will you have to log a similar exercise and guess at your calories burned; Les Mills has provided calculations to estimate the calories burned by their various workout programs. This makes it easy to log whenever you attend classes and reflect your correct net calories for the day.

Not familiar with Les Mills? The workout program was created by New Zealand athlete (and four time Olympian) Les Mills and has grown to become one of the world’s most popular group fitness classes and team training programs. With over 90,000 licensed instructors worldwide, Les Mills is there to guide you through a hugely motivating workout set to fun music. Les Mills wants you to fall in love with fitness.

If you are interested in joining a class go here to find one near you. And don’t forget to log into your MyFitnessPal account to keep track of your Les Mills calories burned!

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