This is the reason my cardio is just walking, riding the bike, and swimming. If I do something excessive, like basketball for an hour, I am starving.
I tend to lift more for exercise, and do easy cardio, which doesn't cause this problem. I can't burn enough calories to offset what I will eat if I start eating off plan.
If you put your average into the trackers, then it has already factored that in. You have quite a large range, and can eat at the top or the bottom of it. I wouldn't change anything, unless you are consistently beating the amount of calories you had chosen before. If you do, then figure it out, and enter the new weekly average into the tracker, and see if your range changes.
You shouldn't be eating more if you go higher on one day. It is the weekly total that matters.
Edited by: RUSSELL_40 at: 7/2/2013 (18:01)
Russell - current BMI 28.6
197 - bmi 30 - done
164 - bmi-25
| current weight: 183.4