My Spark 3 does not put the calories on zero in the morning

Nbt
Nbt Registered Users Posts: 1
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edited January 24 in TomTom Sports
My tomtom spark 3 does not put the calories on zero in the morning "

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  • tfarabaugh
    tfarabaugh Posts: 16,938
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    If you were alive and breathing, digesting, etc. then you were burning calories and that is what a 24/7 activity tracker is supposed to be tracking. It computes a BMR based on your gender, height, weight, etc. and takes this along with steps and sports activities to come up with calories burned. Between midnight and whenever you woke up you burned whatever calories it shows just being alive. This is exactly what it and all other activity trackers are designed to do. In my experience it is generally accurate (or as accurate as BMR based calculations can be as they are based on averages).

    Glad I could help. When you get a chance please mark my response as a solution so others with the same question can look for it.