Same. In delivery I didn't worry too much about it, since going to feeders I really had to tighten up. Don't use a calorie counter but I basically eliminated simple carbs, no sugar, no bread, no pasta...I rarely see fast food since going Feeder. No Feeder fourty for me.
When I do Sleeper runs I pack all my own food and go to about 1000 calories a day.
That sounds high. I would easily believe at least 4000 though. Package drivers are active enough that calories aren't a big concern. Whether they are nutritional is more of a problem. Too much wolfing down fast food.My Fitbit claims I burn 5000-6000 calories and I will usually walk 12-14 miles a day. I don't know if that's really accurate though.
Walking at a brisk pace burns about 100 calories per mile. If you're really burning 5-6 thousand calories a day you must be doing something in addition to all that walking.My Fitbit claims I burn 5000-6000 calories and I will usually walk 12-14 miles a day. I don't know if that's really accurate though.
I run 45-50 miles a week now, when I retire I'm gonna kick it up a notch.I am 6'3" 195lbs
When I was working I was about 175 to 185 with 3% body fat
I consumed 3500 to 4000 calories a day.
Since I retired I work out 7 days a week and run 30 miles a week.
Eat 2500 to 3000 calories a day
Have 5% body fat
Take zero medications
Plan to live well past 100 years old.