I'll use an example in walking; A 100 pound person will burn 240 calories by walking 2 miles in one hour. the same person will burn 320 calories by walking three miles in an hour. He will burn 440 calories by walking 4and 1/2mples in an hour. Thus, there are many variables involved such as intensity of the workout, speed, time duration, ext.
That depends on the speed you work out at (rpm) and the resistance setting on the elliptical. At an rpm of about 60 and a resistance setting of 14 out of 20, it would take about one hour to burn 1000 calories. If you do a 20 minute work out at those settings you'll burn about 330 calories.
3500 calories = 1 pound
Depends on how long the work out is and what you do during the work out.
you should burn 120 calories a week at least
anywhere from about 600 calories to about a 1000 calories. It depends on your weight, obviously the heavier you are the more calories you will burn. however, dont consider it a work out, that is about the same amount of calories you would burn just sitting on the couch. The calories being "burnt" reflect, for the most part, the standard amount of energy you body requires just to keep your lights on and organs operating.
Your body is constantly burning calories, even at rest. You can't avoid it. The harder you work the more calories you use, so the most that can happen is that as you get on the bike, you will begion to burn more calories. And how long - well, that would depend on how many extra calories you're trying to use up.
Hello! If You Do The Plank For 60 seconds you will burn 15-20 calories. Bridge doesn't work. The Bridge Will Burn 4 Calories If You Hold for 200 Seconds.
Your Brain is a muscle and to work all muscles need to have energy, and calories are measurements of energy, so in a short answer yes the brain does burn calories.
Mini trampolines are inanimate objects and don't burn calories. A user of a mini trampoline will burn calories according to the amount of work they do when using the trampoline.
Cold. Your body has to work harder to warm you up, therefore you burn more calories
It usually depends... A LOT. According to the commercials and recommendations. But the more Muscle you have the more calories you burn.
Spin Class is intense if you dont slack off you could potentially burn 1000 calories in an hour!Elliptical machine is great too... the best way to burn calories is to create a routine involving different cardio work outs to get the best results... along with a good low carb diet plan!
1000 calories is a hard goal-you should start with 500 and work your way up- Exercise Do a lot of Cardio- eat well balanced meals and do some anaerobic exercises (focusing on different muscle groups every other day)
What type of work out burns the most fat/calories? Aerobic work out: running, cycling, swimming.
About 120 every mile. Keep at a decent pace, it's not about how hard you work out, but how long you do. Working out harder will only raise calorie burning by a small margin. You will burn more calories working out longer.
The human may increase its metabolism somewhat. Generally speaking, if you do the work to vibrate or whatever, then you burn the calories. If a machine does the work, the machine burns (its) calories -- which is not so helpful for the human.
Any exercise would work, I personally enjoy running. But, there is a way to burn 500 calories without working out at all.
going hard in plyometrix I can burn anywhere from 900 to 1200 calories in that single work out.. I usually average about 950
The gym is a place to work out and burn calories and fat.
ight in a normal days work you loss about 250 calories but you eat which is why you keep the calories
Alcohol calories work the same way as regular calories. They are made up of carbs, calories, mostly sugar, and ect. You burn them the same way you would calories from food and you count them the same way.
That depends on several factors, but if you mean through exercise, well...that depends on several factors :-D Essentially, the higher your heart rate during physical activity, the more calories you will burn. For example, sprinting 400 yards will burn more calories than jogging 400 yards. So how long it takes to burn the 600 calories will depend on how hard you are able/willing to work. At a continuous, moderate running pace - assuming fairly average physical dimensions of the person - buring 600 calories should take about an hour.