Tuesday, May 07, 2013
I love my fitbit. I start the day with my setting at "sedentary" so before getting out of bed it tells me I can eat about 1200 calories that day.
As I move... walk up and down stairs, exercise, go about my daily activities... it gives me more calories based on what I have burned! awesome, right?
Spark is a calorie range that is set in stone. They almost never sync up.
So which one is more accurate? What do I do when I have met my calorie goal for Spark (at the low end) but Fitbit tell me I can still eat 800 more calories?!?!
For now I am going to try sticking (for the most part) at the higher end of my Spark recommendations and seeing how it goes.