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... More »

Three factors determine the amount of calories burned during exercise: weight, duration and activity. According to WebMD's Exercise Calculator, a person who weighs 150 pounds burns approximately 341 calories cycling on a... More »

Biking to Live explains that if a 250-pound cyclist adds 3x8 intervals at a speed of 16 to 19 mph, an hour routine would burn 1091 calories. Interval cycling in this instance helps the cyclist burn an extra 182 calories ... More »

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Someone who weighs approximately 150 pounds can burn up to 400 calories by walking 10,000 steps at a brisk pace of around 3.5 miles per hour. If someone is just starting to exercise, it is recommended that they start wal... More »

To burn 1 pound of body fat, a person weighing 150 pounds has to walk 39 miles at an average pace of two miles per hour, burning 90 calories per mile. It takes 26 miles when walking at a pace of 3.5 miles per hour at 135... More »

The calories burned while cycling depend upon three factors — the weight of the rider, the cycling speed, and the duration of the ride, according to Calories Burned HQ. A rider weighing 138 pounds burns about 1,556 calor... More »

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According to SheKnows, a person at about 150 pounds will burn over 400 calories every hour swimming at a moderate pace. It is about the same amount of calories a person would burn during an hour long brisk walk. More »