Sometimes half the battle of weight loss or achieving your best physics is just knowing what and how to track certain metrics.
If you can't measure it, you can't manage it.
And that goes for most aspects of our lives, right?
For many people, weight loss success is dependent on having an effective system of tracking calories.
Calories in, calories out (CICO), right?
Weight loss really is that simple, but how can you figure out how many calories you burn per day? In other words, how do you figure out your baseline and determine how many calories you should be eating?
That's where understanding BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate) and TDEE (Total Daily Energy Expenditure) comes in. These formulas calculate how much energy you spend per day, and this allows you to set your calorie goals much more efficiently.
So when you understand your BMR and TDEE and the relationship between them, it gets a lot easier to reach your weight loss goals.
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