I work out a good sweaty hard hour every day. If I decide to do more, I must up my calories. My body lets me know when it needs more fuel. But its common sense if you have a restful day, you should eat at the bottom of your calorie range. If you go hard, get up to the top of your range.
I always track everything, both food and fitness. I weigh in once a week. It is working for me. Its basic math. The trackers make it a snap to follow how you are doing with consuming and burning calories.
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Everyone has their own workout times, but this helps me: In the morning, I get out of bed and put my workout clothes on immediately and get my workout done right away, it really does get me started on my day. If I workout in the evening, I walk in the door and go change immediately and workout. If I sit down or do anything else, I'm less likely to workout. So, for me, morning or evening doesn't matter, making it the happen as soon as possible is what pushes me. 189
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