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Calories Burned Calculator By Activity And Exercises, Over 250 Exercises – Fitness Volt

Our Calories Burn Calculator Can Help You Achieve Your Fitness Goals Faster: Have you ever struggled with weight loss plateaus, or maybe you cannot seem to put on bodyweight (In the form of muscle of course)… well, your struggles have to do with a “unit of energy,” called a calorie. We get our calories come from food/beverages and we can either use them for energy or they become stored as body fat.

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Calories Burned By Exercises

Height ft in Weight lbs Age yrs Male Female Metric Imperial Select Exercises bicycling, mountain, uphill, vigorousbicycling, mountain, competitive, racingbicycling, BMXbicycling, mountain, generalbicycling, 19 mph drafting, very fast, racing generalbicycling, > 20 mph, racing, not draftingbicycling, 12 mph, seated, hands on brake hoods or bar drops, 80 rpmunicyclingbicycling, 12 mph, standing, hands on brake hoods, 60 rpmwalking the dogwalking, 2.5 mph, level, firm surfacewalking, 2.5 mph, downhillwalking, 2.8 to 3.2 mph, level, moderate pace, firm surfacewalking, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercisewalking, 2.9 to 3.5 mph, uphill, 1 to 5% gradewalking, 2.9 to 3.5 mph, uphill, 6% to 15% gradewalking, 4.0 mph, level, firm surface, very brisk pacewalking, 4.5 mph, level, firm surface, very, very briskwalking, 5.0 mph, level, firm surfacewalking, 5.0 mph, uphill, 3% gradewalking, for pleasure, work breakjog/walk combination (jogging component of less than 10 minutes) (Taylor Code 180)jogging, generaljogging, in placejogging, on a mini-tramprunning, 4 mph (15 min/mile)running, 5 mph (12 min/mile)running, 5.2 mph (11.5 min/mile)running, 6 mph (10 min/mile)running, 6.7 mph (9 min/mile)running, 7 mph (8.5 min/mile)running, 7.5 mph (8 min/mile)running, 8 mph (7.5 min/mile)running, 8.6 mph (7 min/mile)running, 9 mph (6.5 min/mile)running, 10 mph (6 min/mile)running, 11 mph (5.5 min/mile)running, 12 mph (5 min/mile)running, 13 mph (4.6 min/mile)running, 14 mph (4.3 min/mile)running, cross countryrunning, (Taylor code 200)running, stairs, uprunning, on a track, team practicerunning, training, pushing a wheelchair or baby carrierrunning, marathonrunning, marathonboating, power, drivingboating, power, drivingboating, power, passenger, lightcanoeing, on camping trip (Taylor Code 270)canoeing, harvesting wild rice, knocking rice off the stalkscanoeing, portagingcanoeing, rowing, 2.0-3.9 mph, light effortcanoeing, rowing, 4.0-5.9 mph, moderate effortcanoeing, rowing, kayaking, competition, >6 mph, vigorous effortcanoeing, rowing, for pleasure, general (Taylor Code 250)canoeing, rowing, in competition, or crew or sculling (Taylor Code 260)diving, springboard or platformkayaking, moderate effortpaddle boatsailing, boat and board sailing, windsurfing, ice sailing, general (Taylor Code 235)sailing, in competitionsailing, Sunfish/Laser/Hobby Cat, Keel boats, ocean sailing, yachting, leisureskiing, water or wakeboarding (Taylor Code 220)jet skiing, driving, in waterskindiving, fastskindiving, moderateskindiving, scuba diving, general (Taylor Code 310)snorkeling (Taylor Code 310)surfing, body or board, generalsurfing, body or board, competitivepaddle boarding, standingswimming laps, freestyle, fast, vigorous effortswimming laps, freestyle, front crawl, slow, light or moderate effortswimming, backstroke, general, training or competitionswimming, backstroke, recreationalswimming, breaststroke, general, training or competitionswimming, breaststroke, recreationalswimming, butterfly, generalswimming, crawl, fast speed, ~75 yards/minute, vigorous effortswimming, crawl, medium speed, ~50 yards/minute, vigorous effortswimming, lake, ocean, river (Taylor Codes 280, 295)swimming, leisurely, not lap swimming, generalswimming, sidestroke, generalswimming, synchronizedswimming, treading water, fast, vigorous effortswimming, treading water, moderate effort, generaltubing, floating on a river, generalwater aerobics, water calisthenicswater polowater volleyballwater joggingwater walking, light effort, slow pacewater walking, moderate effort, moderate pacewater walking, vigorous effort, brisk pacewhitewater rafting, kayaking, or canoeingwindsurfing, not pumping for speedwindsurfing or kitesurfing, crossing trialwindsurfing, competition, pumping for speedactivity promoting video game (e.g., Wii Fit), light effort (e.g., balance, yoga)activity promoting video game (e.g., Wii Fit), moderate effort (e.g., aerobic, resistance)activity promoting video/arcade game (e.g., Exergaming, Dance Dance Revolution), vigorous effortarmy type obstacle course exercise, boot camp training programbicycling, stationary, generalbicycling, stationary, 30-50 watts, very light to light effortbicycling, stationary, 90-100 watts, moderate to vigorous effortbicycling, stationary, 101-160 watts, vigorous effortbicycling, stationary, 161-200 watts, vigorous effortbicycling, stationary, 201-270 watts, very vigorous effortbicycling, stationary, 51-89 watts, light-to-moderate effortbicycling, stationary, RPM/Spin bike classcalisthenics (e.g., push ups, sit ups, pull-ups, jumping jacks), vigorous effortcalisthenics (e.g., push ups, sit ups, pull-ups, lunges), moderate effortcalisthenics (e.g., situps, abdominal crunches), light effortcalisthenics, light or moderate effort, general (e.g., back exercises), going up & down from floor (Taylor Code 150)circuit training, moderate effortcircuit training, including kettlebells, some aerobic movement with minimal rest, general, vigorous intensityCurvesTM exercise routines in womenElliptical trainer, moderate effortresistance training (weight lifting, free weight, nautilus or universal), power lifting or body building, vigorous effort (Taylor Code 210)resistance (weight) training, squats , slow or explosive effortresistance (weight) training, multiple exercises, 8-15 repetitions at varied resistancehealth club exercise, general (Taylor Code 160)health club exercise classes, general, gym/weight training combined in one visithealth club exercise, conditioning classeshome exercise, generalstair-treadmill ergometer, generalrope skipping, generalrowing, stationary ergometer, general, vigorous effortrowing, stationary, general, moderate effortrowing, stationary, 100 watts, moderate effortrowing, stationary, 150 watts, vigorous effortrowing, stationary, 200 watts, very vigorous effortski machine, generalslide board exercise, generalslimnastics, jazzercisestretching, mildpilates, generalteaching exercise class (e.g., aerobic, water)therapeutic exercise ball, Fitball exerciseupper body exercise, arm ergometerupper body exercise, stationary bicycle – Airdyne (arms only) 40 rpm, moderatewater aerobics, water calisthenics, water exercisewhirlpool, sittingvideo exercise workouts, TV conditioning programs (e.g., yoga, stretching), light effortvideo exercise workouts, TV conditioning programs (e.g., cardio-resistance), moderate effortvideo exercise workouts, TV conditioning programs (e.g., cardio-resistance), vigorous effortyoga, Hathayoga, Poweryoga, Nadisodhanayoga, Surya Namaskarnative New Zealander physical activities (e.g., Haka Powhiri, Moteatea, Waita Tira, Whakawatea, etc.), general, moderate effortnative New Zealander physical activities (e.g., Haka, Taiahab), general, vigorous effortAlaska Native Games, Eskimo Olympics, generalarchery, non-huntingbadminton, competitive (Taylor Code 450)badminton, social singles and doubles, generalbasketball, game (Taylor Code 490)basketball, non-game, general (Taylor Code 480)basketball, generalbasketball, officiating (Taylor Code 500)basketball, shooting basketsbasketball, drills, practicebasketball, wheelchairbilliardsbowling (Taylor Code 390)bowling, indoor, bowling alleyboxing, in ring, generalboxing, punching bagboxing, sparringbroomballchildren’s games, adults playing (e.g., hopscotch, 4-square, dodgeball, playground apparatus, t-ball, tetherball, marbles, arcade games), moderate effortcheerleading, gymnastic moves, competitivecoaching, football, soccer, basketball, baseball, swimming, etc.coaching, actively playing sport with playerscricket, batting, bowling, fieldingcroquetcurlingdarts, wall or lawndrag racing, pushing or driving a carauto racing, open wheelfencingfootball, competitivefootball, touch, flag, general (Taylor Code 510)football, touch, flag, light effortfootball or baseball, playing catchfrisbee playing, generalfrisbee, ultimategolf, generalgolf, walking, carrying clubsgolf, miniature, driving rangegolf, walking, pulling clubsgolf, using power cart (Taylor Code 070)gymnastics, generalhacky sackhandball, general (Taylor Code 520)handball, teamhigh ropes course, multiple elementshang glidinghockey, fieldhockey, ice, generalhorseback riding, generalhorseback riding, trottinghorseback riding, canter or gallopjai alaimartial arts, moderate pace, judomartial arts, moderate pace, jujitsumartial arts, moderate pace, karatemartial arts, moderate pace, kick boxingmartial arts, moderate pace, tae kwan domartial arts, moderate pace, tai-bomartial arts, moderate pace, Muay Thai boxingjugglingkickballlacrosselawn bowling, bocce ball, outdoormoto-cross, off-road motor sports, all-terrain vehicle, generalorienteeringpaddleball, competitivepaddleball, casual, general (Taylor Code 460)polo, on horsebackracquetball, competitiveracquetball, general (Taylor Code 470)rock or mountain climbing (Taylor Code 470) (Formerly code = 17120)rock climbing, ascending rock, high difficultyrock climbing, ascending or traversing rock, low-to-moderate difficultyrock climbing, rappellingrope jumping, fast pace, 120-160 skips/minrope jumping, moderate pace, 100-120 skips/min, general, 2 foot skip, plain bouncerope jumping, slow pace, < 100 skips/min, 2 foot skip, rhythm bouncerugby, union, team, competitiverugby, touch, non-competitiveshuffleboardskateboarding, general, moderate effortskateboarding, competitive, vigorous effortskating, roller (Taylor Code 360)rollerblading, in-line skating, 14.4 km/h (9.0 mph), recreational pacerollerblading, in-line skating, 17.7 km/h (11.0 mph), moderate pace, exercise trainingrollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise trainingrollerblading, in-line skating, 24.0 km/h (15.0 mph), maximal effortskydiving, base jumping, bungee jumpingsoccer, competitivesoccer, casual, general (Taylor Code 540)softball or baseball, fast or slow pitch, general (Taylor Code 440)softball, practicesoftball, officiatingsoftball, pitchingsquash (Taylor Code 530)squash, generaltable tennis, ping pong (Taylor Code 410)tai chi, qi gong, generaltennis, generaltennis, doubles (Taylor Code 430)tennis, singles (Taylor Code 420)trampoline, recreationaltrampoline, competitivevolleyball (Taylor Code 400)volleyball, competitive, in gymnasiumvolleyball, beach, in sandwrestling (one match = 5 minutes)bicycling, mountain, uphill, vigorousbicycling, mountain, competitive, racingbicycling, BMXbicycling, mountain, generalbicycling, 19 mph drafting, very fast, racing generalbicycling, > 20 mph, racing, not draftingbicycling, 12 mph, seated, hands on brake hoods or bar drops, 80 rpmunicyclingbicycling, 12 mph, standing, hands on brake hoods, 60 rpmwalking the dogwalking, 2.5 mph, level, firm surfacewalking, 2.5 mph, downhillwalking, 2.8 to 3.2 mph, level, moderate pace, firm surfacewalking, 3.5 mph, level, brisk, firm surface, walking for exercisewalking, 2.9 to 3.5 mph, uphill, 1 to 5% gradewalking, 2.9 to 3.5 mph, uphill, 6% to 15% gradewalking, 4.0 mph, level, firm surface, very brisk pacewalking, 4.5 mph, level, firm surface, very, very briskwalking, 5.0 mph, level, firm surfacewalking, 5.0 mph, uphill, 3% gradewalking, for pleasure, work breakjog/walk combination (jogging component of less than 10 minutes) (Taylor Code 180)jogging, generaljogging, in placejogging, on a mini-tramprunning, 4 mph (15 min/mile)running, 5 mph (12 min/mile)running, 5.2 mph (11.5 min/mile)running, 6 mph (10 min/mile)running, 6.7 mph (9 min/mile)running, 7 mph (8.5 min/mile)running, 7.5 mph (8 min/mile)running, 8 mph (7.5 min/mile)running, 8.6 mph (7 min/mile)running, 9 mph (6.5 min/mile)running, 10 mph (6 min/mile)running, 11 mph (5.5 min/mile)running, 12 mph (5 min/mile)running, 13 mph (4.6 min/mile)running, 14 mph (4.3 min/mile)running, cross countryrunning, (Taylor code 200)running, stairs, uprunning, on a track, team practicerunning, training, pushing a wheelchair or baby carrierrunning, marathonrunning, marathonboating, power, drivingboating, power, drivingboating, power, passenger, lightcanoeing, on camping trip (Taylor Code 270)canoeing, harvesting wild rice, knocking rice off the stalkscanoeing, portagingcanoeing, rowing, 2.0-3.9 mph, light effortcanoeing, rowing, 4.0-5.9 mph, moderate effortcanoeing, rowing, kayaking, competition, >6 mph, vigorous effortcanoeing, rowing, for pleasure, general (Taylor Code 250)canoeing, rowing, in competition, or crew or sculling (Taylor Code 260)diving, springboard or platformkayaking, moderate effortpaddle boatsailing, boat and board sailing, windsurfing, ice sailing, general (Taylor Code 235)sailing, in competitionsailing, Sunfish/Laser/Hobby Cat, Keel boats, ocean sailing, yachting, leisureskiing, water or wakeboarding (Taylor Code 220)jet skiing, driving, in waterskindiving, fastskindiving, moderateskindiving, scuba diving, general (Taylor Code 310)snorkeling (Taylor Code 310)surfing, body or board, generalsurfing, body or board, competitivepaddle boarding, standingswimming laps, freestyle, fast, vigorous effortswimming laps, freestyle, front crawl, slow, light or moderate effortswimming, backstroke, general, training or competitionswimming, backstroke, recreationalswimming, breaststroke, general, training or competitionswimming, breaststroke, recreationalswimming, butterfly, generalswimming, crawl, fast speed, ~75 yards/minute, vigorous effortswimming, crawl, medium speed, ~50 yards/minute, vigorous effortswimming, lake, ocean, river (Taylor Codes 280, 295)swimming, leisurely, not lap swimming, generalswimming, sidestroke, generalswimming, synchronizedswimming, treading water, fast, vigorous effortswimming, treading water, moderate effort, generaltubing, floating on a river, generalwater aerobics, water calisthenicswater polowater volleyballwater joggingwater walking, light effort, slow pacewater walking, moderate effort, moderate pacewater walking, vigorous effort, brisk pacewhitewater rafting, kayaking, or canoeingwindsurfing, not pumping for speedwindsurfing or kitesurfing, crossing trialwindsurfing, competition, pumping for speedactivity promoting video game (e.g., Wii Fit), light effort (e.g., balance, yoga)activity promoting video game (e.g., Wii Fit), moderate effort (e.g., aerobic, resistance)activity promoting video/arcade game (e.g., Exergaming, Dance Dance Revolution), vigorous effortarmy type obstacle course exercise, boot camp training programbicycling, stationary, generalbicycling, stationary, 30-50 watts, very light to light effortbicycling, stationary, 90-100 watts, moderate to vigorous effortbicycling, stationary, 101-160 watts, vigorous effortbicycling, stationary, 161-200 watts, vigorous effortbicycling, stationary, 201-270 watts, very vigorous effortbicycling, stationary, 51-89 watts, light-to-moderate effortbicycling, stationary, RPM/Spin bike classcalisthenics (e.g., push ups, sit ups, pull-ups, jumping jacks), vigorous effortcalisthenics (e.g., push ups, sit ups, pull-ups, lunges), moderate effortcalisthenics (e.g., situps, abdominal crunches), light effortcalisthenics, light or moderate effort, general (e.g., back exercises), going up & down from floor (Taylor Code 150)circuit training, moderate effortcircuit training, including kettlebells, some aerobic movement with minimal rest, general, vigorous intensityCurvesTM exercise routines in womenElliptical trainer, moderate effortresistance training (weight lifting, free weight, nautilus or universal), power lifting or body building, vigorous effort (Taylor Code 210)resistance (weight) training, squats , slow or explosive effortresistance (weight) training, multiple exercises, 8-15 repetitions at varied resistancehealth club exercise, general (Taylor Code 160)health club exercise classes, general, gym/weight training combined in one visithealth club exercise, conditioning classeshome exercise, generalstair-treadmill ergometer, generalrope skipping, generalrowing, stationary ergometer, general, vigorous effortrowing, stationary, general, moderate effortrowing, stationary, 100 watts, moderate effortrowing, stationary, 150 watts, vigorous effortrowing, stationary, 200 watts, very vigorous effortski machine, generalslide board exercise, generalslimnastics, jazzercisestretching, mildpilates, generalteaching exercise class (e.g., aerobic, water)therapeutic exercise ball, Fitball exerciseupper body exercise, arm ergometerupper body exercise, stationary bicycle – Airdyne (arms only) 40 rpm, moderatewater aerobics, water calisthenics, water exercisewhirlpool, sittingvideo exercise workouts, TV conditioning programs (e.g., yoga, stretching), light effortvideo exercise workouts, TV conditioning programs (e.g., cardio-resistance), moderate effortvideo exercise workouts, TV conditioning programs (e.g., cardio-resistance), vigorous effortyoga, Hathayoga, Poweryoga, Nadisodhanayoga, Surya Namaskarnative New Zealander physical activities (e.g., Haka Powhiri, Moteatea, Waita Tira, Whakawatea, etc.), general, moderate effortnative New Zealander physical activities (e.g., Haka, Taiahab), general, vigorous effortAlaska Native Games, Eskimo Olympics, generalarchery, non-huntingbadminton, competitive (Taylor Code 450)badminton, social singles and doubles, generalbasketball, game (Taylor Code 490)basketball, non-game, general (Taylor Code 480)basketball, generalbasketball, officiating (Taylor Code 500)basketball, shooting basketsbasketball, drills, practicebasketball, wheelchairbilliardsbowling (Taylor Code 390)bowling, indoor, bowling alleyboxing, in ring, generalboxing, punching bagboxing, sparringbroomballchildren’s games, adults playing (e.g., hopscotch, 4-square, dodgeball, playground apparatus, t-ball, tetherball, marbles, arcade games), moderate effortcheerleading, gymnastic moves, competitivecoaching, football, soccer, basketball, baseball, swimming, etc.coaching, actively playing sport with playerscricket, batting, bowling, fieldingcroquetcurlingdarts, wall or lawndrag racing, pushing or driving a carauto racing, open wheelfencingfootball, competitivefootball, touch, flag, general (Taylor Code 510)football, touch, flag, light effortfootball or baseball, playing catchfrisbee playing, generalfrisbee, ultimategolf, generalgolf, walking, carrying clubsgolf, miniature, driving rangegolf, walking, pulling clubsgolf, using power cart (Taylor Code 070)gymnastics, generalhacky sackhandball, general (Taylor Code 520)handball, teamhigh ropes course, multiple elementshang glidinghockey, fieldhockey, ice, generalhorseback riding, generalhorseback riding, trottinghorseback riding, canter or gallopjai alaimartial arts, moderate pace, judomartial arts, moderate pace, jujitsumartial arts, moderate pace, karatemartial arts, moderate pace, kick boxingmartial arts, moderate pace, tae kwan domartial arts, moderate pace, tai-bomartial arts, moderate pace, Muay Thai boxingjugglingkickballlacrosselawn bowling, bocce ball, outdoormoto-cross, off-road motor sports, all-terrain vehicle, generalorienteeringpaddleball, competitivepaddleball, casual, general (Taylor Code 460)polo, on horsebackracquetball, competitiveracquetball, general (Taylor Code 470)rock or mountain climbing (Taylor Code 470) (Formerly code = 17120)rock climbing, ascending rock, high difficultyrock climbing, ascending or traversing rock, low-to-moderate difficultyrock climbing, rappellingrope jumping, fast pace, 120-160 skips/minrope jumping, moderate pace, 100-120 skips/min, general, 2 foot skip, plain bouncerope jumping, slow pace, < 100 skips/min, 2 foot skip, rhythm bouncerugby, union, team, competitiverugby, touch, non-competitiveshuffleboardskateboarding, general, moderate effortskateboarding, competitive, vigorous effortskating, roller (Taylor Code 360)rollerblading, in-line skating, 14.4 km/h (9.0 mph), recreational pacerollerblading, in-line skating, 17.7 km/h (11.0 mph), moderate pace, exercise trainingrollerblading, in-line skating, 21.0 to 21.7 km/h (13.0 to 13.6 mph), fast pace, exercise trainingrollerblading, in-line skating, 24.0 km/h (15.0 mph), maximal effortskydiving, base jumping, bungee jumpingsoccer, competitivesoccer, casual, general (Taylor Code 540)softball or baseball, fast or slow pitch, general (Taylor Code 440)softball, practicesoftball, officiatingsoftball, pitchingsquash (Taylor Code 530)squash, generaltable tennis, ping pong (Taylor Code 410)tai chi, qi gong, generaltennis, generaltennis, doubles (Taylor Code 430)tennis, singles (Taylor Code 420)trampoline, recreationaltrampoline, competitivevolleyball (Taylor Code 400)volleyball, competitive, in gymnasiumvolleyball, beach, in sandwrestling (one match = 5 minutes) 0 / 20

    BMR

    BMI

    Calories burned

    Clear Calculate Calories

    Before using the data obtained using this calculator, please consult with doctor.

    How you expend (Use) and consume calories depends on your goals and/or habits…

    But, if you’d like to track the number of calories you burn per day, our “Calories Burned by Exercise Calculator” will give you the best possible estimate.

    We’ll discuss the benefits of using the calculator and show you how to best use it for your fitness goals.

    But first and foremost…

    What Are Calories?

    Calories are units of energy within a substance and although they are in a lot of things besides foods and drinks, we will focus on calories which pertain to our energy sources. (1)

    Your total daily energy expenditure (TDEE) is the total amount of calories you expend (Use) per day. So you’ll base your requirements from this rough estimate. (2)

    The beauty of the calculator is there are 250 exercises to base your total energy expenditure from to get a good idea of how many calories you burned during a certain activity.

    Why Be Concerned About Calories?

    Having a healthy body weight is very important for longevity. If you consume more calories than your body needs to maintain your bodyweight, you’ll gain weight. If you consume fewer calories than your body needs, you’ll lose weight.

    To gain one pound of bodyweight, you must consume approximately 3500 calories over your daily maintenance for caloric requirements. To lose one pound of bodyweight, you must consume approximately 3500 calories under your daily maintenance for caloric requirements. (1)

    This is why tracking your calories is so necessary to achieve your goals much more efficiently.

    Being too overweight or underweight is unhealthy, so you want to at least have an estimation of the calories you need daily.

    Factors which Determine Your Recommended Individual Caloric Intake:

    • Age
    • Weight
    • Goals
    • Sex
    • Activity levels

    These are very important factors to take into consideration as there’s no one size fits all method for measuring a person’s ability to burn calories.

    Use the “Calories Burned by Exercises Calculator” to track your Calories.

    How does the calculator work?

    You can determine how many calories you burn through your Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE). A database with over 250 exercises allows you to calculate total calories burned.

    The calculator is rather simple to use…

    To calculate your “calories burned” follow these steps:

    1. Choose your gender and preferred method of measurement (Metric/Imperial).
    2. Type in your height, weight and age.
    3. Choose your activity/s performed from the drop menu (Or you can start typing to find your activity type.
    4. Choose the duration of your exercise.
    5. Hit calculate

    So, after you hit calculate you’ll see your Basal Metabolic rate (BMR), Body Mass Index (BMI) and the number of calories burned. (3)

    You can also type in as many activities as you’ve completed for the day. This will give the total amount of calories you’ve burned based on your age, weight, height etc.

    A good thing about the calculator is you can estimate and plan out your “calorie burning exercises” before you even do them.

    What is Basal Metabolic Rate and Body Mass Index?

    Basal Metabolic rate – The rate at which the body uses energy when at rest, for normal bodily functioning. (4)

    Body Mass Index – The measurement of body fat levels based on height and weight for men and women. (5)

    Why It’s Important

    Knowing your caloric requirements will help you to lose or gain weight easier. Often times people are completely unaware of their Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE) which makes it hard to see any lasting progress.

    Your Basal Metabolic Rate will allow you to have a starting point to base your activity levels and nutrition requirements from.

    Once you know this information, it makes it a lot easier to reach a healthy Body Mass Index (BMI).

    What’s the Most Efficient Way to Burn the Most Amount of Calories?

    There are over 250 exercises in the Calorie calculator but any type of high-intensity exercise will allow you to burn the most calories effectively. (6)

    People are always concerned about how to burn a lot of calories fast but it really depends entirely on “you,” as everyones habits and preference for activity will vary.

    You have to consider things like your current health condition; activity levels etc because it’s never wise to get too ahead of yourself.

    Be consistent and have a healthy diet because by eating clean and healthy foods, you’ll usually remain within a reasonable range of total daily caloric intake.

    Calorie counting and health seem to be linked together but this is not always the case. You can eat unhealthy calories and lose weight but still be unhealthy…

    Our Calories Burned by Exercises Calculator is Worth Your Time

    Do you want to make your life easier and achieve your fitness goals? Of course you do…

    Calorie calculators are very valuable tools and they do most of the work for you so you don’t have to calculate everything by hand. Now, of course they are not completely accurate but the estimation is close enough to give you a starting point.

    The convenience is what makes these calorie calculators so popular. You simply type in your details, choose your activity and the duration… then you have your BMR, BMI and “calories burned” right in front of you.

    After you know how many calories you need to maintain your bodyweight, you can start adding or subtracting calories based on your goals (Gain/lose weight).

    It’s great to have such a simple tool you can use at any time to assist you with your fitness goals and lifestyle.

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    • A Healthier You – Chapter 5. A Calorie Is a Calorie, or Is It? . health.gov. Retrieved 2019-08-12.
    • Sevits, Kyle J; Melanson, Edward L; Swibas, Tracy; Binns, Scott E; Klochak, Anna L; Lonac, Mark C; Peltonen, Garrett L; Scalzo, Rebecca L; Schweder, Melani M (2013-10). “Total daily energy expenditure is increased following a single bout of sprint interval training”. Physiological Reports. 1 (5). doi:10.1002/phy2.131. ISSN 2051-817X. PMC 3841058. PMID 24303194.
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    • Magee, Elaine; MPH; RD. “8 Ways to Burn Calories and Fight Fat”. WebMD. Retrieved 2019-08-12.