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Move & Burn #summervibes

posted in Health & Fitness
07/12/2016
  • On Average, an 80 kilograms person cycling at a moderate effort level will burn approximately 650 calories per hour.
    On Average, an 80 kilograms person cycling at a moderate effort level will burn approximately 650 calories per hour.
  • You will burn roughly 4.32 calories for every kilogram of body weight during 30 minutes of general elliptical machine use. For example, an 85 kilogram person would burn about 370 calories in a typical 30 minute elliptical workout.
    You will burn roughly 4.32 calories for every kilogram of body weight during 30 minutes of general elliptical machine use. For example, an 85 kilogram person would burn about 370 calories in a typical 30 minute elliptical workout.
  • Jumping rope for a 90 kilogram person would burn around 1,000 calories per hour. Every time you jump, you are lifting your body weight off the ground. Twirling the rope faster helps you burn more calories during a workout. However, your ability to keep up the pace depends on your fitness level.
    Jumping rope for a 90 kilogram person would burn around 1,000 calories per hour. Every time you jump, you are lifting your body weight off the ground. Twirling the rope faster helps you burn more calories during a workout. However, your ability to keep up the pace depends on your fitness level.
  • A 70 Kilogram person doing squats for 15 minutes, can burn 108 calories depends on the intensity level.
    A 70 Kilogram person doing squats for 15 minutes, can burn 108 calories depends on the intensity level.
  • When you’re jumping at a fast pace, your body burns 800 to 1,000 calories an hour. And, since high intensity jumping stimulates changes in the mitochondria (where fuel is converted into energy at the cellular level), your body will burn fat before carbohydrates.
    When you’re jumping at a fast pace, your body burns 800 to 1,000 calories an hour. And, since high intensity jumping stimulates changes in the mitochondria (where fuel is converted into energy at the cellular level), your body will burn fat before carbohydrates.
  • A 70 kilogram woman will burn approximately 173 calories during 20 minutes of step aerobics, depending on her level of effort. Heavier people will burn more calories. Lighter people will burn fewer.
    A 70 kilogram woman will burn approximately 173 calories during 20 minutes of step aerobics, depending on her level of effort. Heavier people will burn more calories. Lighter people will burn fewer.
  • The exact amount of calories you burn when sprinting will depend on your starting weight and how fast you run. A 70 kilogram. person who sprints at a speed of 16 Km/h for one minute will burn around 20 calories. If he sprints at 12 km/h for one minute, he will burn around 15 calories.
    The exact amount of calories you burn when sprinting will depend on your starting weight and how fast you run. A 70 kilogram. person who sprints at a speed of 16 Km/h for one minute will burn around 20 calories. If he sprints at 12 km/h for one minute, he will burn around 15 calories.
  • A 70 kilogram person will burn 596 calories during a 1 hour jog at 8 km/h.
    A 70 kilogram person will burn 596 calories during a 1 hour jog at 8 km/h.
  • A 75 Kilogram person burns from 120 to 140 calories during walking for an hour at a moderate pace. Aside from burning calories, walking can also lower blood pressure and raise your production of HDL or good cholesterol.
    A 75 Kilogram person burns from 120 to 140 calories during walking for an hour at a moderate pace. Aside from burning calories, walking can also lower blood pressure and raise your production of HDL or good cholesterol.

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