How Many Calories Are Used Up by Exercise?
The amount of calories burned during exercise will depend on a few factors, including: the intensity of the exercise, the weight and metabolism of the person etc.
If we imagine two different people, Person A who weighs 59kg (130lbs) and Person B who weighs 93kg (205lbs) we can see the different rates of calorie burn per hour in the examples below:
- Walking the dog: A = 177, B = 279
- Step aerobics: A = 502, B= 791
- Cross country hiking: A = 354, B = 558
- Inline skating: A = 708, B = 1117
- 5mph running A = 472, B = 745
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