If you update your weight goal, your fitness tracker page will update what it recommends for what you entered as your current weight and your weight goal (and goal date). The site does the calculations for you, but the article was posted because it seemed like you may have wanted to see how it is done. If you find yourself doing more or less than what your Fitness Tracker page has given you as a goal, then you will want to update your calories burned goal to be what you are doing in an average week. Doing that will then update your Nutrition goals. Those 3 things are all connected. Making a change to either your weight goal OR calories burned goal can
change your Nutrition goals, but you may not see a change in those depending on where you are with your goals.
Edited by: SP_COACH_DENISE at: 1/12/2013 (16:47)
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