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    TDEE or BMR formulas

    What formula do you guys use for calculating your TDEE and BMR? There are so many different variations to the formulas Iíve found, and I want the most accurate number possible.
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    In for algorithms; (or algebraic expressions)

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    TDEE is the detailed accounting of each activity and its metabolic cost. BMR or RMR is more of an estimate/shortcut.
    Are you trying to figure calories for dieting?
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    Oh I was thinking BMI, body mass index
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldschool View Post
    TDEE is the detailed accounting of each activity and its metabolic cost. BMR or RMR is more of an estimate/shortcut.
    Are you trying to figure calories for dieting?
    Maintenance calories to start, which given the current formulas I am using range anywhere from 3k - 3.5k cal, which seems high to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by REHH View Post
    Oh I was thinking BMI, body mass index
    BMI is useless IMO, someone 6í0Ē weighing 220lbs would be considered obese. It doesnít take bf% into account
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    any formula you find is only an untruthful estimate.
    so, take them all, calculate the two values with all the formulas and then make the average.

    finally try for a month to always eat the same amount, if your weight does not change, you have found your point of balance



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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill View Post
    any formula you find is only an untruthful estimate.
    so, take them all, calculate the two values with all the formulas and then make the average.

    finally try for a month to always eat the same amount, if your weight does not change, you have found your point of balance
    Yeah I guess this is the most accurate method, I just wish there was a mathematical way to figure it out versus trial and error, but thanks for the input!
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    To start, all these online calculators are so overly basic that only a novice or person first starting out should use them.

    Same thing goes for the calculator for maximum heart rate. Using that baseline of 220 and deduct your age for maximum heart rate is a joke for anyone experienced.

    None of these basic calculations take into account your race or genetics.

    But, I have used the TDEE calculator in the beginning for a baseline and worked from there. Nowadays I may look at it for reference but I go by previous experience and what works for me over time.

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    This was a good read and definitely made sense. It will be some time until I know how it goes. But I can say I feel confident

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