My range is a little higher than that, 1,330-1,680, because my weight loss goals are fairly minimal but my exercise level is a bit higher than it used to be. I currently have my goals set to lose 1lb per week and I work out for at least half an hour per day, 6 days a week. I'm losing a little faster than anticipated so I'm doing the juggling act of figuring out if I need to eat a bit more or just work with the accelerated loss, but I don't want to lose too much muscle so it's a bit of a judgement call. I'm 5'3" or a hair under.
You're likely to find a *lot* of people in the 1200-1550 range, because it's the lowest range promoted by SP.
That's my range because if i go any higher I dont lose weight. I'm 58 so losing is a little harder for me.
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Fitness Minutes: (68,449)
7/15/13 11:12 A
That has been my range most weeks. Occasionally, it will be slightly higher.
I am 5'2". I have lost a little over 60 pounds and have 60-70 left to go. I think that my current goal is set for about 1.5 pounds a week. I think that I listed less exercise than I generally tend to do, but it's not set for sedentary.
I'm thinking of setting up a new account and linking my Fitbit to it to see what ranges I get with the new fitness tracking method. I don't currently have my Fitbit linked on this account.
Beth from Central NYS
Fitness Minutes: (5,886)
7/15/13 10:58 A
Mine is a bit lower due to my height. I am 4'11 and more than 40% body fat, so for weight loss my range is from 1100 to 1225.
Fitness Minutes: (25,869)
38 7/15/13 10:48 A
That's my range too. 207 and 5'8" here. I'm just starting to get back into it so we'll see how that goes....
That is my range also. I am 5'0" and set it up as "sedentary" since I'm not working for the summer. However, now that I'm working out each day I don't know if I should change it or just let my tracker adjust for my calories burned. I don't remember how many pounds I set it to lose a week.
Fitness Minutes: (8,689)
7 7/15/13 9:51 A
That is my range. I am a 5' 5'' woman. When I set up my spark program, I set my goal to lose 2 lbs per week. I lose between 1 to 2 lbs per week with this range.
I am in this range, 5'4" and it is set to lose 2 pounds per week. This is before the fitness is calculated in (I changed to the updated linked trackers)
Fitness Minutes: (16,557)
7/15/13 9:05 A
that's my range, I am 5'4" current weight is 154, 1-2 lbs a week is a good expectation
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Fitness Minutes: (775)
7/15/13 9:03 A
That's my range on SP.
I'm 5' 7" and about 200lbs. I actually find that range incredibly difficult and definitely the lower end... especially on days when I exercise, but obviously I eat a little more on those days.
7/15/13 8:18 A
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Fitness Minutes: (85,382)
7/15/13 7:31 A
Mine's actually 1260-1610. Which is strange because ever since I hit 140 lbs or so it's been 1200-1550. I recently switched from maintenance to weight loss again after gaining some weight so it must have to do with my goal date update. I think I set it to 1 lb/week. But there's going to be a lot of other factors that affect a person's calorie range; age, gender, (height), weight, exercise calories burned, (goal date).
"Toning" is marketing muscles to women who are afraid if they pick up a barbell, they'll leave the gym looking like She-Hulk. It doesn't happen, what does happen is you get results. Lifting Barbie weights does nothing but waste time.
7/15/13 7:10 A
That's my range. I believe it's the minimum for females.
I'm 5'2" I believe the average expected weight loss is about a pound per week; but I suspect also it depends on where you begin (how much you have to lose).
As I'm pretty close to my goal; I don't lose at that rate any longer, but that's OK. It's training for maintenance.
Also, I'm considerably older than you, which is a determining factor, as well.
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