Ok, so list
exercise: 3 times a week
maintaince calories: 1600(without excercise)
weight: 117 lbs
exercise: None, except for when I work. I really should start working out.
maintenance calories: ~1,800 (days that I don't work), 2,300 (days when I do)
exercise: 2 - 4 hours (6 days a week) (daily exercise calorie burn: 0 - 1600)
maintenance calories: 2100-3700 (Depends on my exercise calorie burn)
exercise: Cardio (typically jogging, occasionally switch with some biking) 3.5-4 hours a week, weightlift 50 min 3x per week, tae kwon do 1 hour 2x per week
maintenance calories: About 2000 calories
exercise: Cardio (running 25-45 minutes) 15 minutes weights 3 X a week, heavy weight training, core 60 mins 2 X a week
maintenance calories: 2000-2500 cals
exercise: 1h cardio 2-3 times a week, a hike on the weekend
maintenance calories: ~2200 (average day) ~3000 (on exercise days)
I gained 4 pounds due to exercise (almost 4 months now) and remained the same shape I had at 113 pounds :).
weight: 118-120lbs ish
exercise: 1-5 hours of walking a day, from light walking to brisk, not because I like walking but I need to do it to get places. I don't lift weights or do any cardio or anything.
maintaince calories: 1400-2000 depending what I eat or how hungry I am
exercise: cycling 20-30 miles a day 5 days a week (at least). weight lifting 3 days a week.
maintaince calories: 1900-2100
Height: 5'7" and 1/2
Weight: 135 lbs
Exercise: 20 minutes light dumbell/bodyweight strength training 3-4 days a week(I should really start doing more), 20-30 minutes intense cardio 5 days a week, 30 minutes light-moderate yoga 5 days a week, and I go for a hike in the woods once or twice a week.
Maintainance calories: I don't really count calories anymore, but probably anywhere from 2400-2800 cals, depending on how active I am
weight: 112-118? (honestly since I started training for a marathon my weight has been all over the place)
exercise: on average 7-8 miles 5 days a week followed by a long run (16+ depending on where I am at)
maintaince calories: 1200-2200(....also this has been all over the place)
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