I am now officially a member of the Fitbit world.
Since I am new to Fitbit-ness, I am still trying to figure out how it works.
And I have a LOT of questions.
How does the Fitbit calculate calories burned when snuggling the Puppy? It can take a lot of energy to absorb all that love. Does Fitbit know that?
Can a Fitbit account for the difference between calories (and by “calories” I mean “chocolate”) eaten in annoyance versus calories eaten for pleasure versus calories eaten for sustenance? Clearly, they are not all the same, but I don’t know if Fitbit is tracking my consumption correctly.
Does my Fitbit measure running on a treadmill, running on the track, and running late at the same rate?
Is there a different formula for walking in sneakers versus walking in 4 inch stilettos? There should be. Especially if the stilettos have scrunchy toes.
How does a Fitbit know if I’m biking? My arms aren’t moving (usually) and my feet are just going round and round. Do I still get credit?
How does the Fitbit measure the impact of the crazy, sadistic physical therapy exercises? (And by “exercises” I mean whatever gadget they choose to use to shove my leg muscles around.) I would assume there is a lot of energy being burned there, what with all the screaming (mine) and yelling (also mine).
What about pushups or leg curls? How do I tell my Fitbit to count that kind of exercise?
Or gum chewing? How does the Fitbit account for the incredible number of calories I burn chomping on Trident?
And thinking. Thinking burns a lot of, well, a lot of something. For instance, how does the Fitbit tell the difference between sitting and watching bad reality TV (no effort) and sitting and contemplating bad reality TV (a great deal of effort)?
These are important questions. I hope someone has correspondingly important answers.