There are various possibilities that explain this:
Fitwatchr takes the total calories burned from the previous day, substracts them from a baseline calorie number (based on age, height, weight, and gender) and if there is a positive difference, you'll earn additional calories/points. It will look similar to this:
|Fitbit Activity Calories Burned:||2,200|
|Baseline Calories Burned:||-1,900|
|Equivalent of:||10 mins at High Intensity|
With our latest release (February 2014), you can sync any day! Data is stored in the app for offline review.
All wearable activity trackers!
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