# Calories Burned Activity

## Calories Burned by Activity Calculator

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### How to Use it?

Calculatorology calorie burnt calculator is simple to use. Just follow the below three steps to get accurate rsults. Remember, doing wrong practice may provide you wrong results and harm you. So carefully follow the below points:

1. Select the Name of Activity: In the first field, you will get a dropdown menu in which you enter your activity, such as running, swimming, cycling, etc.
2. Select your Body Weight: In the next step, you are asked to enter the body weight in kilograms. If you do not enter the correct body weight, it provides inaccurate results, which are useless.
3. Click the button labeled ‘calculate.’ Then the calculator will process the information and display the estimated number of calories you burn for the selected activity and your body weight.

### How does this Calculator Work?

#### Example;

For example, you have entered these details in the calculator:

Activity: Running

Weight: 70 KG

*NOTE: the formula also uses the duration of the exercises. By default, the calculator takes it one hour.

#### Solution

By using the formula;

Calories Burned = MET x weigth (kg) x duration (hour)

*MET = Metabolic Equivalent of Task

This is the intensity of the activity. For running(moderate pace), it is at approximately 8.0.

Apply the formula

Calories Burned = 0.8 x 70 x 1

Calories Burned = 560 kcal

#### Result

For a 70 kg man running for 1 hour at a moderate pace (8 km/h), the estimated calories burned would be 560 kcal.

#### Calorie Burnt Per Hour

If you want to know caloric burn details, you must be aware of how your body burns calories in different types of exercise. The below will help you understand calories burned for multiple activities:

 Activity Age 20-30 (70 kg) Age 30-40 (70 kg) Age 40-50 (70 kg) Running (8 km/h) 600-700 kcal 550-650 kcal 500-600 kcal Cycling (moderate) 500-600 kcal 450-550 kcal 400-500 kcal Swimming (moderate) 500-600 kcal 450-550 kcal 400-500 kcal Weight Lifting 400-500 kcal 350-450 kcal 300-400 kcal Gym Workout (mixed) 450-550 kcal 400-500 kcal 350-450 kcal Yoga 300-400 kcal 250-350 kcal 200-300 kcal Walking (5 km/h) 300-400 kcal 250-350 kcal 200-300 kcal HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) 700-800 kcal 650-750 kcal 600-700 kcal Gardening 300-400 kcal 250-350 kcal 200-300 kcal Dancing (moderate) 400-500 kcal 350-450 kcal 300-400 kcal

### When You Want to Track Your Calorie Burnt

Here are some scenarios for checking the calories burned due to your activities. Regularly doing physical exercises without knowing the results can get you in trouble. Burning more calories than required may cause diseases such as malnutrition.

• If you go to the gym and lift heavy weights, and this weight lifting has increased over time, but your diet remains the same, this can cause a loss of calories. Calculating the calories burnt from weight lifting can help determine your body capacity.
• If you are testing different physical exercises and want to know which are best for burning more calories, use this calculator to gain useful insights.
• If you are experiencing injuries, you need to maintain a check and balance to improve your diet results.
• If you are a gym trainer and want to develop personalized training programs for your customers, use this tool to prepare exercises based on their calorie burnt level and body composition.