What are Macros?
Macros, short for macronutrients (proteins, fats, and carbohydrates), form the basis of Flexible Dieting/IIFYM. These macros are the basis of all calories you consume.
WHAT ARE my daily macros?
This question is sometimes a little confusing nd can differ to who you ask. There are a few different things that can change the macros that you should aim to hit; Your aim (loose fat, gain muscle, etc), Your bodyweight, and your level of activity.
How to use the macros calculator below?
Step 1 - Pick your goal and locate the table for you (Fat Loss Endomorph, Fat loss Athletic build, Muscle Build Hard Gainer, Muscle Build Athletic)
Step 2 - Type in your current bodyweight
Step 3 - Type in your activity level.
type Sedentary: (little to no exercise, light training 1-2 hours per week, desk job, sitting most of the time, no activity outside of training)
type Lightly active: (training 2-3 hours per week, light movement during daily activity/office work.)
type Moderately active: (training 3-4 hours per week, mixtures of standing/sitting during work hours.)
type Active: (training 4-5 hours per week, on feet during work hours, walking as a means of commuting.)
type Very active: (training 4-5 hours per week, moderate amounts lifting and lots of walking during work hours.)
Step 4 - View your daily macros (rest days and training days displayed)
*For best display view on computer