How can I calculate my TDEE -Total Daily Energy Expenditure- using my BMR? | Fitness - FAQ

How can I calculate my TDEE -Total Daily Energy Expenditure- using my BMR?

This is simple.First you have to calculate your BMR.Then you can calculate your TDEE using the Harris-Benedict Principle. Choose your activity level from the following and calculate your daily calorie need. Little to no exercise: Calories you need per day to maintain your current weight=BMR x 1.2 Light exercise (1–3 days per week): Calories you need per day to maintain your current weight=BMR x 1.375 Moderate exercise (3–5 days per week): Calories you need per day to maintain your current weight=BMR x 1.55 Heavy exercise (6–7 days per week): Calories you need per day to maintain your current weight=BMR x 1.725 Very heavy exercise (twice per day, extra heavy workouts): Calories you need per day to maintain your weight=BMR x 1.9 Too Lazy?Here's a tool to calculate the amount of calories you need per day to maintain your current weight (i.e Your TDEE). Related: How to calculate my BMR What is TDEE - Total Daily Energy Expenditure What is BMR - Basal Metabolic Rate

## No comments:

## Post a Comment