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    looking. for a good calorie tracker app


    Im looking for an app to help me along woth tracking my cals for powerlifting so I can stay in my 3000 to 3500 rang. Ive noticed all of tje ones I could find are geared to weight loss pr am I not looking at th right. Need something for my 5/3/1 boring but big training.

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    I'm using Calories and Macros. I like the graphs and weight tracking portion but it's limited in food database.
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    iphone use Fit Day

    Android us myfitnesspal
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    Fatsecret is a good one as well. Huge food database.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Montego1 View Post
    Fatsecret is a good one as well. Huge food database.
    Good suggestion I literally just came across this one and haven't really put it to use. How do you like it compared to others?
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    myfitness pal, I use it on Iphone,
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    I use my fitness pal. You can adjust it for weight loss or gain.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Onlychevy6 View Post
    iphone use Fit Day

    Android us myfitnesspal
    Agree with this. if I had na iPhone, I'd be using Fitday, but I have a droid so I use MFP. I add my own foods and don't go of the database.
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    My fitness pal gets another vote here. Very easy to use
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    MFP. app and online. very easy to customize food, can add friends to see what they use or meals they like to deal with on a daily basis to get you ideas, and can customize recipes or save meals that you may use over and over again and then adjust the amounts. Saves a lot of time, and can copy meals from day to day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Solution View Post
    MFP. app and online. very easy to customize food, can add friends to see what they use or meals they like to deal with on a daily basis to get you ideas, and can customize recipes or save meals that you may use over and over again and then adjust the amounts. Saves a lot of time, and can copy meals from day to day.
    Agree, it's a great app, I use it as well. You can adjust your cals/macros on the web (not on the phone) to fit your goals. The goals that MFP sets for you automatically aren't correct and are usually based on the RDA, which isn't even close to what it needs to be for athletes/strength folks. I use it mostly to just track protein macros and overall cals. The barcode scanner is great, as well.
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    fitday for iPhone is great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by liftin4fun View Post
    I use my fitness pal. You can adjust it for weight loss or gain.
    this , except i dont follow their recommended macros (too little protein, too high of carbs, etc). I use the app to track my macros but I calculate my necessary macros for my fitness goals on my own
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    I use mynetdiarydiary pro (iOS).
    What I like about it is the huge database and that portion size suggestions are in actual things that make sense to me and don't have me doing arithmetic all day.
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    myfitnesspal. that is all.
  

  
 

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