Calories Burned Durig Activities
I have my profile set to "lightly active" to cover routine housework and errands but when I exercise, I manually add activities. Could someone tell me if by using this approach I'm being redundant?
My concern is that Cronometer might include calories during an activity that I would've burned as part of my BMR anyway just being sedentary.
For example: Cronometer shows that I burn 400 calories for a 1 hour hike. Had I instead been sedentary for that hour, I would've still burned 50. By manually adding activities when I exercise, am I getting "double credit" for my BMR calories?