Is frequency or duration more important?
My main exercise is walking. Previously I did one hour, two to three times a week. Now I aim for 45 minutes every day. At the moment i seem to be regaining lost weight. Why is that?
It's time to step up your workout
Just saw this: https://www.thriveglobal.com/stories/29066-science-says-1-minute-of-this-kind-of-exercise-may-equal-45-minutes-of-jogging Less time - greater intensity.
Low Blood Pressure
Checked my blood pressure a few minutes ago and found it to be 91/49. A colleague at work noticed I was falling asleep regularly every day and suggested it was a sign of Low Blood Pressure. Any opinions on this? Is there anything I can do in the My Fitness Pal scheme of things to correct this?
How can I control sugar in my diet?
I'm doing fairly well with this MFP calorie deficit concept, but although most days I fall within the range for calories, the sugar count is always over. At this rate I'm losing weight okay, but I've been recently diagnosed as pre-diabetic and would like to keep the sugar under control as well. Anyone else with the same…
Burning calories through regular daily activities
On another tracking site I used before, regular daily activities at home or work were counted towards calories burned. My Fitness Pal does not seem to accommodate this. Why is it that only a deliberate exercise routine seems to contribute to the calorie count here?