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  1. Hi - I've been considering daily calorie intake as a disabled person. More specifically, as I can do less training, should i consume less or as I fatigue and hit my upper range sooner, should I consume more to replenish what's been burned. I've been cruising/maintaining, but if anyone has any knowledge on this I'd appreciate it. I'd like to put on some weight, but avoid over eating, getting chubby and exacerbating my symptoms. Thanks! Some numbers: I'm mid 30s, 188cm, 74kg, 12%fat, 20~BMI I aim for 3 home workouts p/w squats 5x10, 25kg on the bar, my legs are like twigs so that's my focus! deadlift, bent rows, curls, raises, same bar, same weight, same range _ crunches, body weight lunges