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    BMR worksheet

    I made this worksheet a while back when i was bored. Just input any info where the font is black. For the activity level and the meals per day box, just click on it and it gives you a list of the different options. You choose how many calories you want to consume based on a cut or bulk and you choose your own macro split. It is a zip file so you will need to use winzip or something similarBMR worksheet.zip

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    Thanks creek! Awesome to have!
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    Thanks creek, nice tool to have! You're always helpful brother!
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    Originally Posted by creekrat View Post
    I made this worksheet a while back when i was bored. Just input any info where the font is black. For the activity level and the meals per day box, just click on it and it gives you a list of the different options. You choose how many calories you want to consume based on a cut or bulk and you choose your own macro split. It is a zip file so you will need to use winzip or something similarBMR worksheet.zip
    out of the three formulas for bmr and maintenance which do u and others find the most accurate?

    harris-benedict, mifflin-st.jeor or katch-mccardle?

    what are the pros and cons to using one over the other? ive read a few times that harris benedict is a catch all for everything but it sometimes is wrong?

    so what do people prefer?
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    Creek, I agree, nice tool brother thanks for posting it up.

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    Very nice tool, thanks for sharing!

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    I personally use the Katch-McCardle. To me it makes more sense because it is muscle that burns the energy. Not sure on the science of it but that is just my $0.02

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    Originally Posted by creekrat View Post
    I personally use the Katch-McCardle. To me it makes more sense because it is muscle that burns the energy. Not sure on the science of it but that is just my $0.02
    Ok nice! Thanks creek! Appreciate the spreadsheet as well as the reply
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