This answer is a bit complicated. First you have to understand how your body stores and uses energy. When you take in more calories than you use in a day the extra energy is stored as fat.
When you eat your body will refill it's reservoir with energy stored as glycogen. The glycogen is stored in your liver and in your muscles. When you exercise this is the first bit of energy that is used. After the glycogen is used up, your muscle energy stores are used. When that energy is used up, then your body switches to a new source of energy. Fat. This fat is broken down into energy, but it is a much more difficult process which requires alot of oxygen. That is some of the reason why your heart rate and respirations increase with exercise.
These first two sources of glycogen and muscle energy will not net any weight loss at all. When you get into the third stage of exercise fat will begin to be burned.
At this point your weight is being lost at the same exact time as the fat is being converted into energy. So this happens at the same time. Tit for tat. Weight for energy. But, you have to exercise for a prolonged period of time to reach the third stage of energy production.
You lose weight but burning more calories than you consume. You would want to exercise within your ability and for the amount of time to burn the calories you want to
chewing gum does burn calories. burning more calories calories than the gum has depends on how many colories the gum has and how long you chew it.
It would take about 9 hours to burn 1500 calories with light/moderate weight lifting.
It is a constant burning of calories, even after the workout is done. Since you stay in the target heart rate zone for so long, you burn many calories while do it and also have after burn.
As long as you consume fewer calories than you burn, you'll lose weight. Fewer than you burn. How many calories do you burn in a day? It depends on your age, gender, height, weight and activity levels.
You are probably burning more than 400 calories a day. Make sure to include both energy expended from natural metabolism as well as exercise.As long as you're expending more calories than you are intaking, you WILL lose weight.
How much calories you burn depends on factors such as your weight, your age, your gender, and what shape you're in. To burn 500 calories, expect to run for fifty minutes to an hour.
As long as you are alive you are already burning calories. And the more physically active you are - the more you use your muscles - the more calories you burn. Me, I'll use up about 1000 cals on a 6-mile run.
It's very difficult to determine how many calories are burned during any weight lifting activity because there are so many variables. It depends on how much you weigh, if you're using extra weight, how long it takes you to do 50 repetitions, and how long you rest between each rep. Also, weight lifting exercises like squats are not normally used to burn calories, because aerobic exercise is the best if you're concerned about how many calories you're burning.
You can burn up to 100-300 calories doing housework but this depends on your gender weight age height and what activities you do and for how long you do it for,
It depends on what kind of exercise you do, how long you do it, and your height, weight, age, etc.
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.
As long as you are alive you are already burning calories. And the more physically active you are - the more you use your muscles - the more calories you burn. So how far you have to run depends on how many calories you are aiming to burn. Me, I'll use up about 1000 cals on a 6-mile run.
Yes. You burn calories as long as you are living. Just breathing burns calories.
It depends on what type of dance and how intense it is. It also depends on your weight and how hard you have to work or how much effort you have to put into the dance.Most types of dancing do burn significant calories if sustained for long enough.Fast moving or intense dancing may burn up to 200 calories an hour if done consistently.All forms or cardio exercise or cardio activity are excellent for burning calories and body fat.
Fat burning is a fairly simple calculation. You figure out how many calories you have eaten and exercise until you burn more than that - then, you'll be burning fat! You can find calorie information on the nutrition label of your food.
Yes, because it works a lot of muscles in your body and therefore you will develop bigger and more muscles, which will mean that you will burn calories faster, causing in weight loss. Also, when rowing, you are constantly moving and therefore you are also burning calories. Burning more calories means you will lose weight, as long as you eat a healthy diet and do exercise regularly (or, if you prefer, row regularly). In conclusion, rowing is actually a very good way to lose weight, but you have to eat a balanced diet as well.
3500 calories equal a pound, so if you burn 200 calories a day it will take approximately 18 days to lose a pound, assuming you're burning 200 more calories than you take in.
Your body is constantly burning calories for fuel, whether you're standing up, sitting down, or sleeping. You can speed up the process by exercising (especially cardiovascular exercise, such as running, swimming, biking, Spinning, skiing, ect.) You will be burning far more calories during a hard run, then when you are sleeping. Depending on the type of cardio you are doing, and how hard you are pushing yourself, you could burn up to 600 (and over) calories in an hour. Another way to burn more calories is to build your muscles with weight-bearing exercises. Muscles need calories, so the more muscle you have, the more calories you will be burning all day long.
Depends how long you rake the leaves because about almost all the moves you make u burn calories for instance me typing I'm burning 2 in a half caories and if u laugh u burn 3 and a half.
Around 24 hours, depending on your age/weight/intensity+
It doesn't matter what specific exercises you select, so long as you're burning calories and working up a sweat.The key to weight lossis to eat fewer calories than you burn... the rest is just details.
Yes. Irregardless of how much you eat, as long as you burn off more than what you eat you'll lose weight. If it seems impossible to do so the decrease your calorie intake to below 1000 calories(Preferably 750 calories). High weight exercises aren't as effective as body weight circuit training.
ok to lose weight u need to burn more calories then you are consuming.. if you eat 1200 calories and only burn 100 then your total for that day is still +1100 . see what i mean? so you must burn an amount greater then 1200 calories in order to lose weight.. i dotn know how to measure calories burned but i would guess about 2 hours exercise a day would be enough
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.