. the active calories (mine were way too high) with the HRM turned on.. . Their BMR calculation for personal attributes (height, weight, age) is .
My Vivoactive HR still reports more than 1000 calories per day. Yesterday I. The BMR calculation is adding 20% extra, which is fine for some.
I think the calorie burn that my HR is reporting is entirely too high.. I have done my basil calorie calculation and it comes out to about 2,050 .
I am getting way too high active calories through steps.. Until then it's pretty useless for an accurate count, especially if you're depending on it .
Garmin has made the assumption that my RESTING Calories (BMR) is. . very inactive so far today and my active count is almost 2200 calories .
I don't think any of them are perfect as far as calorie count. I wear the. https:// forums.garmin.com/forum/on-t.ories-too-high. I do not think it is a .
i'm getting too high active calories too. no way it's correct .. When I saw the high reading I turned off HRM and the calorie count stopped .
Steps are about 30% too high compared to MIO and manual count.. ACTIVE Calories are RIDICULOUSLY HIGH, about 300%. Let me be .
I have noticed over the last week or so that the active calories calculation is WAY too high. It used to seem reasonably accurate, but for example .
I feel like the BMR calculated by Garmin and displayed in the app is too high by about 300 calories.which is really frustrating when I'm trying to .