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    wow,surprising
    my calories have been over 400 below what is necessary
    do u think that is a bad thing and i should kick it back up or will my body be used to that npw and i'll plateau if i go back up?
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    Originally Posted by teteness View Post
    wow,surprising
    my calories have been over 400 below what is necessary
    do u think that is a bad thing and i should kick it back up or will my body be used to that npw and i'll plateau if i go back up?
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    That calc is just a guideline. If you havnen't been meeting your goals then consider revising, but if you've been doing well, then you don't have to change anything.
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    hmm yeah thing is its surprising coz im well below the guideline but have barely been losing weight at all.rather irratating
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    I have a question..

    I'm 20 years old, 5'8" and I weight around 210 pounds. I'm trying to lose weight and my level of activity is 1.4. I pretty much sit around all day until I go play ball for an average of 3 hours a day, full court games, and I workout after for an average of 2 hours. I do this 5-6 days a week. My percentage is default: 60/35/5. My BMR is 2099, BMR+Activity is 2939, and Target BMR with diet is 2350.

    So to maintain my weight without diet or exercise I have to eat 2099 calories or I will lose or gain weight? While if I exercise and workout I have to eat 2930, but if I want to lose weight while doing that I have to eat 2350? I don't really under stand how it works. And currently I'm eating a low carb diet of proteins, legumes, and veggies and only 1500 calories a day. I went from 245 to 210, but I haven't been losing any wait for the past month basically.
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    They've only recently realised that there is a big difference between relatively inactive (let's say a housewife puttering around the kitchen while doing a little housework and watching tv) and sitting down on your bum for long periods. The bum sitting is now considered to be a risk factor for heart disease the same as things like smoking. And it also really reduces your BMR.

    If you have a desk job, you need to reduce the usual estimate of calorie requirements. Unless you make a huge effort to be extremely active for all your non-work hours, you can dial back on the cals without doing yourself any harm.

    A good way to get an estimate is to just eat to hunger. Eat when you are hungry, do not eat when you are not. You should find the level of food that will allow you to function. That's your real maintenance.
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    Originally Posted by Eileen View Post
    They've only recently realised that there is a big difference between relatively inactive (let's say a housewife puttering around the kitchen while doing a little housework and watching tv) and sitting down on your bum for long periods. The bum sitting is now considered to be a risk factor for heart disease the same as things like smoking. And it also really reduces your BMR.

    If you have a desk job, you need to reduce the usual estimate of calorie requirements. Unless you make a huge effort to be extremely active for all your non-work hours, you can dial back on the cals without doing yourself any harm.

    A good way to get an estimate is to just eat to hunger. Eat when you are hungry, do not eat when you are not. You should find the level of food that will allow you to function. That's your real maintenance.
    Pretty much right now, all summer, I've been at home just relaxing and doing whatever. Not that active throughout the day until I go play ball around 6 and then workout around 9 to about 11.

    Starting next Wednesday I start college again and my schedule is from 9 to 3 everyday. And pretty much the only physical thing I will be doing is walking from class to class. I think I will probably eat around 1600 calories to be on the safe side. When I start school I hoping to stick with my weekly basketball and workouts, but I might cut back on the ball due to homework, but i will still try to workout 5-6 days a week. I also started doing cardio this week.
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    IDK what's going on. I followed the zip file...filled in 1-8 and I can't find any way to calculate. Is the file corrupted? What about a manual way to calculate? Thanks OP, excellent info. I'm starting KETO tomorrow.
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    IDK what's going on. I followed the zip file...filled in 1-8 and I can't find any way to calculate. Is the file corrupted? What about a manual way to calculate? Thanks OP, excellent info. I'm starting KETO tomorrow.
    Do you have MS excel? If you dont and only have the Excel viewer it wont work! I dont have it either...
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    Originally Posted by AWDBoost View Post
    Do you have MS excel? If you dont and only have the Excel viewer it wont work! I dont have it either...
    Yes, I have MS excel. I change the info, but I can't find out where the male/female buttons are? or where to press to get it the calculate. grrrhhhh...wish I knew what i was doing wrong. But thanks anyways.
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    Originally Posted by bambifox View Post
    Yes, I have MS excel. I change the info, but I can't find out where the male/female buttons are? or where to press to get it the calculate. grrrhhhh...wish I knew what i was doing wrong. But thanks anyways.
    They're not actually buttons, but sheets... and they SHOULD be at the bottom of the page/screen... kinda like this (my own design)...

    The calculating is done automatically and will be ready when you select the WOMEN sheet...
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    WOW, just found this calculator.


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    Question apply step 2 in the instructions

    Do I put in here my lean body weight, or my actual body weight?

    If it is my lean body weight, then how do I figure that out?
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    Thumbs up awesome calculator

    this thing is awesome. thanks so much for creating it. i'm in awe of anyone who can make excel do something like this.
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    Thank you

    This takes away a lot of work , confusion on everybodies part . Now if you could just make all the meals for me before hand . LOL .
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    Bump for those looking for a calculator.

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    Lean Body Mass

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    Do I put in here my lean body weight, or my actual body weight? If it is my lean body weight, then how do I figure that out
    Has anyone answered this? I'm assuming that it does NOT take into account lean body mass because many people have expressed concern of inaccuracies. This calc should be used as a starting point rather than an exact measure, very nice none the less...

    As far as obtaining lean body mass they make home body fat scales (measuring the impedance level of your body) or good old skinfold calipers. Those two methods are probably going to be the most realistic methods for most or you might have access to a hydrostatic tank which will give a more accurate measure.

    Glad you mentioned this because I was thinking the same thing regarding taking into consideration LBM.
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    Originally Posted by Man2kx View Post
    .........

    I'm working on another one that will be completely acurate.
    Hey bro,

    Did you ever make that advanced calculator? if so, where can we find it?
    Thanks for the first calculator, it's amazing! I'm glad there are people like you that like to help out others.
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    Just found this calculator today, awesome job! I already had my ckd diet planned out and this calculator gave me almost the exact same numbers, so I guess I'm on the right track... Thanks a lot!
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    If I will follow this calculator i would have to eat about 700grams of carbs on my carb ups.....thats ridiculous especially if you are cutting. Thats 2800 calories lol.....How many carbs do you guys usually get during your carbs ups. thanks
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    Originally Posted by hugowrx04 View Post
    If I will follow this calculator i would have to eat about 700grams of carbs on my carb ups.....thats ridiculous especially if you are cutting. Thats 2800 calories lol.....How many carbs do you guys usually get during your carbs ups. thanks
    The point of carbups is to refuel your glycogen stores and that essentially means eating a little over maintenance cals. At your height and weight I dont think 2800 cals is a lot for you on a carbup...
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    Originally Posted by New_York View Post
    The point of carbups is to refuel your glycogen stores and that essentially means eating a little over maintenance cals. At your height and weight I dont think 2800 cals is a lot for you on a carbup...
    i understand that....i eat 3200 cals on my carb ups(saturdays)400grams of carbs and 2000calories m-sunday...I'm cutting....

    ps. Im on the anabolic diet maybe thats why is a little different for me
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