I'm more worried about setting a goal of lets say 2600 -3000 and not making it and eating more than my body needs. So kind of opposite. Like I had set up for two weeks to work out 5 days a week but that didn't happen, could only get 4 in but worked out longer than I had input in the fitness fields.
One thing I dislike is that if I change my goals all past information shows as not meeting them (nutrition charts) instead of keeping the info I had showing I did do things correctly at that point in time.
I also can't promise the tracker or myself sometimes if I will be able to hit that goal, that's why I'm not so sure I should change it this week just because I do go over my set calories burned "once" ...didn't know if I should wait and see if I can keep it up another week before changing the information.
Edited by: SHAKEUPTAMPA at: 10/11/2012 (16:25)
Nichole from Tampa, FL
Start date 9/12/12
15lbs= what I weighed on wedding day *Reached on 10/27/12
37lbs = what I weighed when I met DH , 46lbs= top of normal range BMI ,57lbs = lowest adult weight I've been
| Pounds lost: 18.6