Over 1000 more 'burned' in cronmeter

I'm confused as to why cronometer thinks I've burned 4044 calories yesterday when my fitbit only says 3051?

The day before it was only off by 239 calories.

I have it set to activity level none as I use a tracker.



Comments

  • Are your exercises coming in doubled? You have two walks listed in Cronometer at exactly 10:03 for 22.2 minutes.

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  • Thank you, I didn't even notice that. Why would it be picked up multiple times?

    Is it just a case of deleted the double entries each time?

  • So I've deleted the double and I'm still 600 + over.

    From the picture below I'm assuming that the 1169 activity includes the 606 activity. Deleting the 606 one will be almost the same.as fitbit.


  • edited July 2021

    I’m not familiar with Fitbit and how it measures activities, but that 606 entry seems suspect given that it’s the same as the overage. Did you have 2 separate activities lasting 156 minutes and 109 minutes yesterday?

    Also, are you sure you set your activity level in Cronometer to “none”?

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