So I have a body bugg, and I have a question about how you view your calories burned info.
My active hours are from 4:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., because that's when I get up and when I go to bed. I've found information on calories burned during that active period, and information on calories burned for the whole 24-hour period.
My question is, which calories burned do you use when you're figuring your deficit?
For instance, for yesterday, which wasn't very busy and had no on-purpose fitness activities included....
4:30 to 9:00 burn = 2221
24-hour burn = 2789
That's a big difference, and if I base my calculations off the 24-hour burn, it sounds like I'm kicking booty and doing great with a large deficit. That doesn't seem to prove out very well though, when it comes to releasing the lbs.
Any thoughts or ideas? Or have I made a mess of trying to explain what I'm curious about?
| current weight: 243.0