Cool, so just be aware that these things are extremely inaccurate as far as measuring calories burned (good for tracking steps & all the other cool tech stuff)
It’ll be an average estimate of how many calories an ‘average’ man burns based on the average height/weight etc, against your movement,
The reality is we’re all extremely different, some people could burn 2000+ or – cals difference doing exactly the same activities.
You’re calorie difference would mean that you’ve lost 2.95 (lets ay 3)lbs last week, as there’s 3500 calories ion 1lb of fat.
Here’s what I’d do mate,
forget the calories burned tracking since there’s no way of accurately tracking it,
whatever your weekly activities are, just call that your ‘life’ or ‘baseline’
Then you can use your nutrition which is easer to track & adjust, as we can measure how much is going in vs your rate off loss
Whenever you’re stalling, you can then just adjust the nutrition or/& increase activity slightly
That being said, you could use the watch to make sure you activities are consistent week to week
even if 10k is wrong, it may only be 6k, but… if it’s always 10k (really 6k) at least it’s consistent, so you could also manipulate/change that
Hope this makes sense?