removing unwanted exercise

previous topic · next topic
delainija

Joined: Jan 11
Posts: 2

      quote  
Posted: 04 Jan 2011, 19:54
can anyone tell me how to remove an unwanted exercise. my journal says i stood for 15 hours and when i try to decrease the amount of time it places under another status such as sleeping . why can't i delete completely?
Bonita1215

Joined: Jan 11
Posts: 2

      quote  
Posted: 04 Jan 2011, 20:04
u have to decrease standing for 15 hours and put that time under another activity. I wish you could just delete it as well.. but thats the way it works.
LoriDD

Joined: Nov 10
Posts: 36

      quote  
Posted: 04 Jan 2011, 20:04
I think you have to put in what you did instead, but I'm just guessing.
LoriDD
cyberpyxi

Joined: Jan 11
Posts: 32

      quote  
Posted: 04 Jan 2011, 20:06
We burn calories every singe moment of the day. Because you are always doing something, be it sleeping, resting, or sitting at a computer desk... you are burning calories. FatSecret accounts for all 24 hours in a day. If you want to take something off there, you have to replace it with something else. You don't have to replace the full 15 hours with one activity... if you spent 8 hours at a desk, and 3 watching TV (resting), and and 4 doing housework (God, I hope not!) then you have totally covered those hours.

Hope this helps Smile
2011 - My Year. I will:
*Start exercising and eating well - CHECK
*Lose 50 pounds, *Run a marathon (OMG, really?), *Look darn good in a swimsuit, *Have to get a new wardrobe because nothing fits anymore, *NOT have my seatbelt Clicker thing dig into my hips while I drive!, *Be proud of my Progress!
delainija

Joined: Jan 11
Posts: 2

      quote  
Posted: 04 Jan 2011, 20:25
ok thanks i will just have to figure out what to replace those hours with to be fair to myself. thank you very much!



Forum Search
Advanced forum search



Latest Posts

Anyone know any low-carb or no-carb snacks?
The above is a good list of suggestions! I personally love jerky. It's low in fat, high protein and takes effort to eat, so it slows you down! If you're looking for a snack, it's a nice one ...
by Kishlette on 24 Jun 17 02:36 AM
CHOLESTEROL
I have familial high cholesterol. I was only 16 when diagnosed (after a family member was) and had a BMI of 19 at the time. I tried modifying my diet and doing more exercise but no approach could get it ...
by Kishlette on 24 Jun 17 02:29 AM
Need Help!
Have you been restricting a fair bit before this started? Very low calorie days or creating a very large deficit? If I drop too low for a couple of days, I'll get that way too. It's why I keep ...
by Kishlette on 24 Jun 17 02:08 AM
Question about FatSecret
Go to you FatSecret Profile, then click on the icon of a plate, fork and spoon at the top. It will bring up what you've recorded you've eaten for the day. Scroll to the bottom of the page and it ...
by crstlgls on 23 Jun 17 04:42 PM
Sugar
Thank you so much, everyone, for your insight. <3
by kemill on 23 Jun 17 09:14 AM