BMR calculator for use with YJ's Bulking/Gaining weight sticky
01-16-2003 08:34 AM
This is only for your Basal Metabolic Rate, this is the number of calories it takes your body to maintain it's current weight with a normal activity factor. Once you add in cardio, you'll be burning cals from this number, then you will have to figure up how many cals. you're burning through this cardio then subtract it from your BMR. If you're wanting to lose weight, shoot for a 500 calorie deficiency each day of cardio.
01-16-2003 08:37 AM
YJ, Thanks bro,
You have helped a lot, I have lost 40 lbs with info from you, mostly from bb.com
You bring so much to the boards you are on...
Oh I had a question i put it in your fat loss thread..
01-16-2003 10:21 AM
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