I've gotten myself an Apple Watch (yeeeaaah!) Series 1, and I was curious to one thing. Before asking my question, I want to explain of BMR. Basically, BMR stands for Basal Metabolic Rate which is "the number of calories your body burns at rest to maintain normal body functions. It is the amount of calories per day your body burns, regardless of exercise. It changes with age, weight, height, gender, diet and exercise habits." Afaik, the Apple Watch displays your active burned calories, so this would be all calories apart from BMR. As a weight lifter and therefore someone who wants to know how much calories I burn throughout a day, and how much I should ingest to be in caloric surplass, can I simply combine BMR and the active burned calories on the Apple Watch and assume that this is a somewhat accurate statement of how many calories I've burned I've burned throughout a day? Hope my question makes sense. Thanks!