I know that it's probably more important for your calories burned to match your exercise goal - since that changes the caloric goal in the nutrition tracker - than it is for the time to match. But, I'm a little concerned since my exercise goals NEVER match. For example, my fitbit, stationary bike, and exercise tracker all pretty much agree that I burned about 400 calories 2 nights ago in 30 minutes doing a fairly vigorous bike program.
Sparkpeople is telling me that my goal is 2140 calories/week, but that I have 300 minutes to do it in... which works out to about double the amount of time I would actually burn that many calories in doing that intensity of exercise.
I'm reticent to manually plug in my calories burned, but would that be better? Or should I just ignore the time portion of it and focus on calories? (Or should I (gag) be spending more time on less gruelling workouts?)