A person aiming to lose 1 pound of fat must burn approximately 3500 calories more than what the person has consumed over a period of time. A safe way to lose one pound would be to maintain an energy deficit of about 500 ... More »

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3,500 calories need to be burned in order for an individual to lose a pound, according to the Mayo Clinic. Losing 3,500 calories in a short period of time, whether it be by dieting or exercise, is not healthy and most me... More »

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In order to lose 1 pound of fat, a person must burn approximately 3500 calories either through exercising or through his metabolism. A safe way to lose this 3500 calories is to have an energy deficit of about 500 calorie... More »

The precise number of calories a person burns when lifting weights depends on the duration and a person's weight. A 125 pound person working out for 30 minutes can expect to lose 90 calories; a 155 pound person, 112 ca... 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 »

A 180 pound person would need to walk three miles over the course of an hour every day for three months to burn 10 pounds worth of calories, according to calculations from the University of Maryland Medical System. Walki... More »

One pound of fat is equivalent to approximately 3,500 calories, meaning a person needs to burn 3,500 more calories than he consumes to lose 1 pound of body fat. By cutting approximately 500 calories per day, with diet or... More »

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