Fitness Assistant Tour - Part 3 of 6
Here you set a reasonable bodyweight goal AND a date when you want to achieve it.
Once you adopt the goal, Fitness Assistant will give you a target daily calorie/kj goal. Try to meet it. When you eat more or less than Fitness Assistant recommends, it will automatically correct the plan for the remainder of the period.
If you lose weight too fast, Fitness Assistant will slow you down by telling you to eat more. If you're behind schedule (for example, if the dieting has made you move less during the day), Fitness Assistant will tell you to burn more energy.
On days when you are more active/exercise, log these workouts/extra activities and Fitness Assistant will prompt you to eat more (to get the same target balance).
Log bodyweight at least once a week. About once a week Fitness Assistant will compare your projected and your real (reported) bodyweight and recalculate your current activity level and adjust the daily targets.
It is very important to log your bodyweight once a week (or more). When you do that, Fitness Assistant will compare your bodyweight to the projected one and recalculate your activity level, metabolic rate and calorie targets.
Now, let's look at the screens where you'll log foods, meals, menus and recipes.