To lose 10 pounds through exercise, an individual must burn 35,000 calories, according to WebMD. It would take a 150-pound person approximately 87 hours of moderate aerobic exercise to burn 35,000 calories, according to About.com.Continue Reading
The amount of time it takes individuals to lose 10 pounds by exercising depends on their current body weight and calorie intake as well as the intensity and frequency of their exercise routines. A person with more body mass will generally burn more calories than a person of smaller mass doing an identical exercise routine, according to WebMD.
Certain models of exercise equipment, such as treadmills with adjustable speed and incline features, allow users to increase the intensity of their workouts, effectively increasing the rate at which they burn calories, according Shape.Learn more about Exercise
A Weider Pro exercise chart is a tool used by owners of Weider Pro exercise equipment that lists exercises and allows people to keep track of activities completed during workout sessions. Weider Pro is a brand name of home gym equipment focused mainly on resistance training.Full Answer >
A person would have to eliminate 35,000 calories through dieting and exercise to lose 10 pounds in one week, an amount not considered safe, explains WebMD. A loss of 3 to 5 pounds in the first week is possible and safe through eliminating salts and starches, thus reducing water weight.Full Answer >
The amount of cardiovascular exercise needed to lose weight depends on how many calories a person consumes and how many he burns. Sixty minutes of moderate-to-intense exercise on most days of the week is recommended by both the American College of Sports Medicine and the American Heart Association.Full Answer >
Sit-ups alone are not an effective way to burn any amount of fat, unless they are combined with a diet and exercise program that burns more calories than are taken in each day. AZ Central explains that sit-ups are useful for building and toning muscle but not for losing fat.Full Answer >