So, I've been using an online tool to track my exercise and calories. One of the things that you have to enter is how active you are. The choices are sedentary/moderately active/active.
So, I have a desk job, and when I come home at night I do a few chores, and chase around a toddler, and then I steal a few hours to do a little programming because that is my idea of fun. So, yeah, very sendentary.
But I've been increasing my mileage. I keep wondering how many miles per day or week (avg) a person would have to run to consider themselves moderately active and then how many miles per day or week (avg) they would have to run to consider themselves active?
Assume sedentary job and mostly sedentary lifestyle other than the mileage run.
So, I realize it it completely subjective, and largely meaningless, but it matters to me what you think. I'll prolly discard the outliers, average the rest and decide that the resulting numbers are gospel.
So what say you?