This app consistently significantly over estimates my calories burned in a day, 13k steps = 1600 calories? LMAO WHAT.
You know if a fat fuck read that they'd probably think it was legit and never lose any weight at all.
This has to be on purpose right? The powers that be WANT YOU TO BE FAT AND WEAK.
10k steps burns about 500 calories.
This number is modified by a person's overall fitness, though. A fat person may burn as much as 1k calories just because they are moving a lot more weight, cadence / speed needs to also be accounted for. I can take 10k steps and burn 1.5k calories if I sprinted those 10k steps.
but yes, this is essentially lying to people, it would be far better to way underestimate calories than overestimate them like that
exactly my weight is inputted into the app as 75kg.
>needing an up to lose weight
do fat tards really?
I downloaded it since I'm on a cut, and I thought it would help me track my calories better, but it's just sabotaging me. Can't believe Bromley suggested this.
>This app consistently significantly over estimates my calories burned in a day, 13k steps = 1600 calories? LMAO WHAT.
It's probably adding your BMR + active calories for that walk.
How would it know my BMR?
Whatever it's doing it's hillariously wrong, if i ate that many calories I would gain weight and quickly.
>How would it know my BMR?
If you've told the app your age, sex height & weight then it can make a close enough estimate of your BMR.
Post the whole screen that you cropped to post OP pic.
The rest of that screen is just what I ate today it's not relevant to anything.
It's probably a bug, not some conspiracy to keep you fat.
Did you manually add your walk/steps to the app or is it automatically tracked by your phone or a fitness tracker / smart watch?
>It's probably a bug
Probably just retards working at google.
Happens literally every day? Just a bug?
Yeah okay garden gnome.
It's tracked by my amazon neo which is synced to google fit.
I've done some searching on Google for you and this seems to be a known "issue" with the Fit app. It tracks total calorie burn for the day IE BMR + active calories.
I think the 1801 remaining it is giving you at the top of the screen is saying that you can eat 1801kcal of food to reach an overall 1500kcal for the day.
It's misleading because it's labelling your calorie burn as "Exercise" but it seems to be TDEE.
It's not a very good app, and you're not using a very good fitness tracker.
I recommend you buy a Garmin Fenix S6. You can get them on sale for around $300. Worth the extra money.
Pic related, Garmin actually distinguishes between active calories and basal metabolism, for one thing.
I'm good bro thanks for the ad though
What is that 2 miles? Kek.
I mean that’s probably 600 calories so I’d just say that. It may have factored in the calories burnt by time just passing so if you had the watch or whatever the fuck on for 10 hours then yea u burn 1600 over the course of the day. Does that make sense?