Are you saying the calories that is listed as your goal in the nutrition tracker online is different than what the app shows?
Based on what I've read, the SP nutrition tracker gives your calorie goal based on the calories burned based on the number of minutes you said you would exercise a week in the fitness tracker. So it basically figures your BMR and then adds in the average calories per day of exercise you planned. I personally use a heart rate monitor to figure my calories burned and the calories burned estimate based on minutes in the fitness tracker is very different from what I typically burn for that number of minutes. So what I do is adjust my goal minutes in the fitness tracker to whatever I need to so that the calories burned is very close to what I really do burn in exercise. I just ignore what it says about my goal minutes.
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