You should periodically revise your nutrition and fitness goals. As your weight changes or fitness levels increase/decrease (hopefully increase), so will your caloric needs. Sometimes your fitness tracker will remind you to if you're burning more calories than you had anticipated, otherwise it's probably not a bad idea every 10 pounds or so.
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Well thank you! I will ask and maybe someone, somewhere will have an answer. So, when we create our info and find out how many calories we need to hit our goal weight are we supposed to maintain that same amount of calories until we make our goal? Or do the calorie needs change over time and we are supposed to refigure as we lose? Does that make sense?
Thanks for whatever info I get and the welcome posts, too! Pam
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Hi, I am Pam and I am trying to lose weiht this year. I probobly won't spend much time on message boards because I work and go to school and I am married and I have 2 kids! I have a question, though, and have no idea where to ask it...
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