The calorie burning chart below details how many calories you burn per hour doing various activities. Since 3500 calories equal 1 pound of fat, you need to burn 3500 more calories than you take in to lose a pound. Health experts classify “healthy weight loss” as 1-2 pounds per week.
Calories burned during exercise is affected by body weight, intensity of workout, conditioning level and metabolism. Calories burned per hour are listed below. Calculate calories burned based on your exact body weight.
Normally you burn one kilocalorie per kilogram of body weight per hour. A kilocalorie is what we normally call a calorie in terms of eating. Calories burned is calculated by multiplying your resting calories per hour (RMR) times the Met value for the chosen activity.
The table below lists the calories burned by doing dozens of activities listed by category (such as gym activities, training and sports activities, home repair etc.) for 30 minutes. Activities and exercises include walking (casual, race, and everything in between), swimming, jogging, yoga, and even watching TV and sleeping.
Stair climbing is a calorie-blasting exercise. According to our calculator, a 140-pound woman will burn 9 calories per minute by running up the stairs. If you are pressed for a time, a few minutes of running up and down the stairs will burn enough calories to speed your weight loss.
Exercise Calorie Calculator Help - Information The calories burned calculator calculates an estimate of the number of calories burned for a wide range of activities. Enter your weight and the duration of exercise, click the calculate button and the calculator will calculate the calories burned.
This list shows the estimated number of calories burned while doing various exercises for one hour. This is to give you an idea of the relative calorie burn of various activities for a person who weighs 160 pounds (73 kilograms).
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A 154-pound man who is 5' 10" will use up (burn) about the number of calories listed doing each activity below. Those who weigh more will use more calories; those who weigh less will use fewer calories. The calorie values listed include both calories used by the activity and the calories used for normal body functioning during the activity time.
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