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Running 7 mph the average person burns 823 calories
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It depends on how fast or slow you run, but anywhere between 70-110. It really depends on your weight and how fast you run the mile. Say the average person is 150 lbs an…d runs at a average of 6.0 mph then it is approximately 115 calories
You burn approx. 100 calories/mile, so 10 miles (YMMV).
At a sedate 20 minute mile pace, running a quarter mile will burn 30 calories for a 160 pound person. This number will go up as the pace quickens. Not really enough to mat…ter in any way. The estimated usage for one mile is about 100 calories, so 400 meters would be about 25 calories. That's something like 1/20 of a cupcake.
No, running will burn far more calories.
The number of calories you burn when you run varies. Some people can burn 500 calories running 5 miles, so to burn 3,000, you need to run 30 miles.
well you burn between 100-200 depending how fast you run and how much you weigh.
It all depends on your weight. If you run the whole thing and are about 130 pounds you may burn up to 250 calories. If you jog it will be a little less. :( if you run this amo…unt every day for a week, you may result in loosing two or three pounds, if you watch what you eat!
It depends on your weight, but figure around 100 for the average person...
you need to do 51.6 miles to burn it of
What's the Burn? A Calorie Calculator / You can use the formulas below to determine your calorie-burn while running and walking. The "Net Calorie Burn" measures calories burne…d, minus basal metabolism. Scientists consider this the best way to evaluate the actual calorie-burn of any exercise. The walking formulas apply to speeds of 3 to 4 mph. At 5 mph and faster, walking burns more calories than running. / Your Total Calorie Burn/MileYour Net Calorie Burn/Mile / Running | .75 x your weight (in lbs.) | .63 x your weight / Walking | .53 x your weight | .30 x your weight / Adapted from "Energy Expenditure of Walking and Running," Medicine & Science in Sport & Exercise, Cameron et al, Dec. 2004.