|03-08-2012, 03:35 AM||#1|
Junior LCF Member
Join Date: Mar 2012
Start Date: March 8, 2012
net calories ?
newbie here, i just started JUDDD on monday...so far it's been pretty manageable!
i'm wondering though -- i've been working out every day and burning about 400-500 calories during my workouts.
do i take that into account when i calculate my daily calories?
for example, wednesday (DD) i consumed about 450 calories -- but i burned 500 while working out. should i have actually eaten 950 calories to make up for the 500 i burned?
thanks for the help!
btw: my DD calorie limit is 467, according to Dr. Johnson's calculator.
Last edited by catlenson; 03-08-2012 at 03:38 AM..
|03-08-2012, 04:01 AM||#3|
Way too much time on my hands!
Join Date: Sep 2006
Location: London UK
Stats: 184/137/126 5'3" Age 67
WOE: JUDDD restart 8/25/2014
Start Date: 2001 Atkins -50 2011 JUDDD - 10
Generally I would say most people don't, but we do have a few big exercisers here, training for marathons etc and they do use their exercise calories sometimes.
Most of us err on the safe side, as it is easy to overestimate how hard you work out. Some of the counters are unreliable too.
|03-08-2012, 10:20 PM||#5|
Very Gabby LCF Member!!!
Join Date: Apr 2004
Location: A big ol' farmhouse in Landenberg, PA
Stats: Too pissed to talk about it
WOE: Keeping it simple- Hi Fat, Mod Protein and Lo Carb
Start Date: 1.26.2004 - 1st time. This time 1.1.2014
I'm training for a half marathon, and I'll say sometimes yes, sometimes no. On a typical training day, I don't usually....but once I get up to 6 miles or more, I sometimes need to "fuel" during the run. The longer the run the more fuel I need. So, I don't "subtract" those from my allotted total calories.
I also usually have a protein shake, a banana or coconut water afterwards as a "recovery" tool - I don't count that against my total either if it is a really long run.
So - all in all for really strenuous workouts, I may consume back half of the calories I burn in endurance nutrition, which is frankly really critical for me. But - for an average workout day I don't add any back in.
Then again I do allot myself 600 calories for DD's so mine aren't quite as low as yours.
If you want something badly enough, you'll find a way. If you don't you'll find an excuse.
Team in Trainining alumni - San Diego marathon 2005. Half marathon in San Francisco 2007! Working hard to wipe out blood cancers.
|03-09-2012, 01:13 AM||#6|
Very Gabby LCF Member!!!
Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Asheville, NC / Marietta, Ga
Stats: 175/111.8/124 - 5'4, 61yo
WOE: JUDDD/PHD, LC now that my BG is getting weird
Start Date: JUDDD 1/1/12 + LCHF 12/1/13 (controlling diabetes)
I encourage you to judge how you feel after exercising. Always have something on hand to gobble/drink if needed. That way you don't get weak or shaky and grab something/anything available.
Judge how you feel and your weight loss rate. Over time, you will know what your body needs to be healthy and lose weight.
|03-09-2012, 04:52 AM||#7|
Senior LCF Member
Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Sunny SoFla
Stats: 188/129.2/135 5'8" 42 yo
Start Date: JUDDD-11/11 to present (LC-5/11-11/11)
I don't subtract the calories burned (sometimes over 800), HOWEVER, I have raised my DD and UD numbers to fuel myself better, and have continued to lose weight. There is no way I could enjoy the level of exercise that I do without proper nutrition, which in turn makes me feel wonderful.
I am in maintenance (still new at it), so I cannot say whether or not this approach will work for you. How far are you from your ideal weight?