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You can burn as many as 100 calories per hour just swimming casually in salt water. You can burn up to 500 calories per hour if you're swimming vigorously.

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About 100 to 150 caloires per 30 minutes, of swimming laps.


228 my leisure centre does electronic swim tags


Someone can burn as many as 2000 calories while swimming 32 laps in a pool. This number could be higher or lower based on intensity and speed of the laps.


A 55 kilogram person swimming 2700 meters in an hour with the front crawl will burn 479 calories. This varies depending on pace and weight.


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The answer varies on many things. Your metabolism and how fast your body uses calories for instance. I calculated about 500 calories.


0 .... water can never provide calories, for something to contain calories it must be able to be ignited... as in burned... literally burned by fire


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There's not a "certain" number of calories that you burn during swimming. It varies/depends. For example, if you don't put much effort into it, you won't burn of calories. If you work hard and feel tired, you will know that you have burned alot. It varies from person to person. Hope this helped! :)


Swimming does burn calories at a rate of about 3 calories a mile per pound of bodyweight. If you weigh 150 lbs. and it takes you 30 minutes to swim one mile (1,760 yards or 1,609 meters), then you will be using about 900 calories in one hour. However, many swimmers do not swim that quickly, and many cannot swim for that distance or duration.



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