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11/22/08 8:57 A

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Thanks! That's way cool that SP will do that!

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11/21/08 10:32 P

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You've adjusted you fitness minutes, so I wouldn't worry about adjusting your calories. SP has set those for you. SP has changed mine from time to time. I have changed my calories before and SP changed the back a few days later.

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11/21/08 8:42 P

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You actually have to go in ad adjust your diet goals from the nutrition page for the change to take effect. Let us know if that works for you!

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11/21/08 4:44 P

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I've been getting this message at the bottom of my fitness page (where I enter my exercise info) that says:

"You've gone over your weekly calories burned goal by a significant amount. This will not change your calories eaten goal automatically. If you'd like, you can change your fitness settings here."

I've gone in and adjusted the minutes upwards so that I'm not "significantly" over my goals. No problem.

What I don't understand is the reference to a calorie change. How do we know if we need to increase our calorie intake?

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