There are two options on this site.
The old tracker allows you to enter the approximate amount of calories you burn per week into your "fitness setup" under your "My Fitness" tab. Entering the amount you burn per week will automatically adjust your calorie range.
The new tracker allows you to account for your activity level and automatically syncs the exercises you enter in your fitness tracker with your calories that day. I believe this option appears to be more appropriate for very active individuals and those in maintenance. Switching to this option will raise your calorie range on days you exercise more and lower it on days you don't.
You can toggle between the two options from your Start Page and Account/Email Preferences.
You can use the spark fitness tracker to guestimate how many calories you burn for a given exercise until you get a new battery. I would say for HIIT that the average amount of calories burned is 8-10 cals per minute.
I really like using the "daily calorie differential" option under "My Reports" to get a better idea of the calorie deficit I'm creating.
Edited by: JENNILACEY at: 10/5/2013 (19:20)
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