I don't know why but I found the information below kind of depressing.
Maybe because I have set a recent goal to try to get to 10K steps per day which has been hard as I've switched to a desk job. Love the job, hate the sitting. I can usually get to 7k during the day but it takes effort and planning.
I don't even want the extra calories to eat, I guess I just thought it would be more.
But I did find a great free phone app pedometer called Accupedo.
Do you track your steps?
If your daily average (excluding the steps in your planned exercise) is:
up to 9,999 steps, keep your SparkPeople calorie range as-is
10,000 to 11,999 steps, add 100 calories per day*
12,000 to 13,999 steps, add 200 calories per day*
14,000 to 15,999 steps, add 300 calories per day*
16,000 to 17,999 steps, add 400 calories per day*
18,000 to 20,000 steps, add 500 calories per day*
When adjusting your calorie range, be sure to add calories to BOTH ends of your range. For example, for 11,000 steps, you'd add 100 calories to the low end and 100 calories to the high end of your daily range. For instructions to edit your calorie range as indicated above,
| Pounds lost: 99.0