On average, a 155-pound person burns 42 calories while sitting for 30 minutes, according to Harvard Medical School. The number of calories burned varies based on weight and activities conducted while sitting.
A:The amount of calories a person burns while sleeping is about 0.42 calories multiplied by the number of pounds that the person weighs multiplied by the number of hours that the person sleeps. A person who weighs 200 pounds and sleeps for eight hours per night burns 672 calories while sleeping.
A:The amount of calories burned while watching television for one hour depends on several factors including weight according to Harvard University. While a person who weighs 125 pounds can burn 23 calories an hour, someone who weighs 185 pounds burns 33 calories an hour on average while watching television.
A:Flush fat fast is a body-fat-ridding plan devised by Dr. Oz for quick results. According to Dr. Oz’s website, the main fat-burning component of this plan is Litramine. After Litramine, Dr. Oz suggests other foods and ingredients to burn fat quickly, including garlic green tea, vitamin C and vinegar.
A:According to Just-Health.net, a person weighing 150 pounds burns 95 calories performing a 10-minute jumping jack routine. A person who weighs more can burn more calories in the same time. The factors that contribute to burning calories during a jumping jack workout include weight, metabolism and workout intensity.
A:The number of calories burned while walking depends on the weight, distance and speed that a person walks, according to Calories-in-Foods. If a person weighs 130 pounds and walks at a speed of 2 mph for one mile, that person is burning 148 calories.
A:While it is accepted that chewing food takes effort and burns calories, the calories burned from chewing vary from person to person. According to Everyday Health, it is a common misconception that apples, and other foods, burn enough calories to have an impact on weight loss.
A:An average person doing jumping jacks at moderate intensity can burn 100 calories by performing approximately 1,000 full jumping jacks. One jumping jack takes less than a second to perform. The more a person weighs, the more quickly they will burn calories.
A:According to SFGate, an adult's recommended daily intake of carbohydrates when following a 2,000 calorie diet is between 225 and 325 grams. A well-balanced diet includes between 45 and 65 percent of carbohydrates.
A:According to the Mayo Clinic, an individual weighing between 160 and 240 pounds can burn 400 to 600 calories per hour doing water aerobics. The Mayo Clinic explains that the total number of calories burned depends on body weight and the intensity level at which the exercise is being performed.
A:The amount of calories burned while resting varies among individuals and can be calculated using different formulas for males and females. The number of calories burned while resting is called basal metabolic rate (BMR), and it measures the amount of energy you need from calories to maintain your basic body functions for a whole day.
A:The number of calories burned doing 100 crunches is small; the movement of crunches is so minimal that people don't burn many calories doing them. While crunches are effective for strengthening muscles, they are not cardiovascular exercises, which burn the most calories.
A:The number of calories burned during exercise varies widely, from 204 while walking to 219 while bowling and even as high as 1,286 per hour for jumping rope or running eight mph, according to Mayo Clinic. The calorie burn also depends on the size/weight of the person who is exercising.
A:According to WebMD, someone who weighs 150 pounds will burn 273 calories by riding a bike at a leisurely pace for an hour. The exact amount of calories burned by cycling depends on the intensity of the ride, how long the ride lasts and how much the cyclist weighs.
A:The My Calorie Counter website, powered by Everyday Health, offers a free calorie counter. The free counter helps users track the number of calories burned and the number of calories in a person’s food or diet.
A:A person with a weight of 200 pounds can burn 638 calories every five miles, according to Modern Mom. People with a weight of 160 pounds can lose 510 calories within the same distance. The number of calories lost during a five-mile walk depends on walking time, miles per hour walked and weight.
A:The number of calories burned doing push-ups ranges from 1/2 to 1 calorie for each push-up, depending on the weight of the individual and the speed of the exercise. The more a person weighs, the more calories are burned for each individual move, because a heavier body must expend more energy. Faster push-ups result in more burned calories, because the heart rate increases.
A:According to WebMD, sweating is not an indicator of burning calories or exertion. The body is able to burn calories without breaking a sweat. Activities such like walking or even sitting burn calories, but do not necessarily cause sweat.
A:According to Runners World, the basic formula for determining total calories burned per mile while running is the runner's weight in pounds multiplied by 75 percent. The formula for determining total calories burned per mile while walking is the runner's weight in pounds multiplied by 50 percent.
A:According to the Mayo Clinic, 3,500 calories are equal to about 1 pound. Because calories are a unit of heat and pounds are a unit of weight, there is no direct conversion, and calories per pound differ with each person.