The number of total calories you burn daily from consumed amount is called total calorie expenditure. Normally in so many several ways, you can burn your dailyconsumed calories. Therefore, keeping balance in between consuming and burning calories is very important to maintain healthy weight management. If you are not able to keep the balance of both, consequently, you will gain excessive weight and sometimes an abnormal fall in regular weight may occur.
So, by keeping day to day record of calorie consumption and expenditure you can accelerate a safe journey to discover a healthy weight zone.
To get the total calories/energy expenditure (TPP) you need to follow some important factors discussed below.
To find the total energy expenditures the main things you are to find out are resting metabolic rate which in short (RMR) and thermal effect of exercise or the consumption of energy required in different workouts which is also short in (TEE).
The Way You Can Figure Out Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR)
The number of energy (calories) you usually burn during resting is termed as resting metabolic rate. Depending on various terms (such as – age, sex, height, body weight, and other genetic factors etc.), you are to find the actual value out.in some cases, genetic factors are considered as optional. They mainly depend on age, sex, and body weight to estimate RMR.
Therefore, to calculate the RMR at first you need to convert your age from pounds to in kilograms (KGs).
For example, you are currently weighing 200 lbs. then divide it by 2.2 to get the weight in kg i.e. 200lbs/2.2 = 91 kg (app).
Now, by using the formula given below you can calculate your resting metabolic rate (RMR).
Estimating resting metabolic rate (RMR) in Males
Age category (In Years) 
Equation for RMR ((Calories each day)) 
03 
(60.9 X Weight in kg)  54 
310 
(22.7 X Weight in kg) + 495 
1018 
(17.5 x weight in kg) + 651 
1830 
(15.3 X Weight in kg) + 679 
3060 
(11.6 x weight in kg) + 879 
>60 
(13.5 x weight in kg) + 487 
Estimating resting metabolic rate (RMR) in Females
Age category (In Years) 
Equation for RMR (Calories each day) 
03 
(61.0 X Weight in kg)  51 
310 
(22.5 X Weight in kg) + 499 
1018 
(12.2x weight in kg) + 746 
1830 
(14.7 X Weight in kg) + 496 
3060 
(8.7 x weight in kg) + 829 
>60 
(10.5 x weight in kg) + 596 
For instance, RMR of a 32 years old female with 154lbs/2.2 i.e. 70 kg weight can be figured out from the formula given below
= (8.7 * weight in kg) + 829
= (8.7*70) + 829
=1438 calories each day
The way you can figure out your Thermic Effect of Exercise
Expending energies or calories by doing or engaging in different types of exercises or activities from mild to an extreme is termed as Thermic Effect of Exercise. It is very important to be figured out to calculate all or total energy expenditure mostly.
Here to find the amount of total energy expenditure you are to add the thermic effect of exercise which in short (TEE) to your resting metabolic rate (RMR). TEE is greatly depended on your activity level (such as –sedentary, light activity, moderate activity, extreme activity level)
Therefore, using the formula given below you can calculate TEE (Thermic Effect of Exercise)
TEE = RMR x activity factor
Here is a standard chart of activity factors given below to help you find TEE
Activity level 
Factors of Activity 

Men 
Women 

Sedentary 
0.3 
0.3 
Lightly Active 
0.6 
0.5 
Moderately Active 
0.7 
0.6 
Very Active 
1.1 
0.9 
Extremely Active 
1.4 
1.2 
Therefore, finally, you can find out your total daily energy expenditure by following few steps given below .these are likely
Now total the all three together to get your daily energy expenditure by following way
(RMR + TEE) + 10 % of (RMR + TEE) = Total daily energy expenditure.
How much you are eating and expending is crucial to keep a record if you wish for a healthy physique. Because the amount of burning energy than the consumption is less than, it triggers weight gain and vice versa as well. So to stay on the track you obviously need to keep the record or count the total energy (calories) expenditures.