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None. It takes more than 1 situp to burn calories.

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A person weighing around 150 pounds will burn approximately 271 calories doing 350 sit-ups in 30 minutes. A person weighing 200 pounds will burn roughly 362 calories doing 350 sit-ups in 30 minutes.


If you were to do situps for a continuous ten minutes vigoursly you would burn 90 calories.


Sit ups do not burn a lot of calories and how many you would burn depends on your actual weight. 250 sit ups would only burn about 25 calories.


The number of calories that you burn doing sit ups depends on how fast you do them. Your weight also determines the amount of calories burned due to the amount that you have to lift. if you weigh 150 pounds and do 100 sit ups in 10 minutes, you will burn approximately 57 calories.


You can burn approximately 57 calories by doing 100 sit ups in 10 minutes. You must burn 3,500 calories to lose a pound. This translates to approximately 6,140 sit-ups per pound lost.


Not very many, but doing all 100 of them in a row will give abs to your abs. I don't know but if you want to burn calories jogging is a better way to do it.


it matters how many sit ups you do. like if you run a mile you burn 100 calories


Doing 30 sit-ups will only burn about 7 calories. The amount of carbs burned is not really something that can be determined as it usually goes by calories.


This depends on the type of sit-up. A flat lagged sit up will burn more calories than with knees up (just as one example)


You can burn anywhere from 500- 1000 calories doing 650 sit ups. The exact amount depends on weight and the speed at which done.


Not very many. I don't know the exact number, but it's been estimated that one can burn only 3-5 calories a minute.


Sit-ups have to be done briskly in order to burn a significant amount of calories. Fifty sit-ups on average would only burn about 30 calories.


How many sit ups it will take to burn 400 calories depends upon your body weight, how fast you do the sit ups and how long they take you. It is said that for every 5 sit ups you burn 1 calorie, so this means it would take about 2,000 sit ups to burn 400 calories.


you will lose on average 150 calories doing 230 sit ups.



The number of calories that 20 sit-ups would burn depend on several factors like weight. On average each set of 10 sit-ups burns 2 calories and therefore 20 of them would burn 4 calories.


The number of calories that a person burns while performing 50 sit ups depends on their intensity and weight. The average 150 pound person burns about 30 when doing 50 sit ups.


One sit up does not burn a calorie. It takes about 5 sit-ups to burn 1 calorie.


A person will have to do around 1200 sit-ups in order to burn 300 calories. Sit-ups are a useful exercise for those who want to build up their abs.


The number of sit-ups that you need to do to lose two inches depends on many factors. The first is how much you weigh when you begin. The second is how long it takes to do those sit-ups. The faster you do them, the more calories you burn. Doing 100 sit-ups in 10 minutes will burn approximately 57 calories.


Only 5 calories, step ups are better they burn 104 calories ever 12 minutes hope I helped xoxoxox


Isometric exercise will not burn very many calories. While it does burn some, it is a strength training exercise, whereas something like sit ups or running burns calories.


one minute of sit-ups burns about 4.8 calories/minute 17500 sit-ups burns 3500 calories(1 pound)


When it comes to burning calories, how hard and for how long is much more important than what you do. Pretty much all activities that gives you the same increase in heart rate for the same time will burn the same amount of calories. Now, it can be a bit difficult to get a good burn going doing sit-ups only, as most people won't have enough upper body endurance to keep doing it fast and long. And it's dependent on weight, gender, age, fitness level etc. But let's say you can do sit-ups at a pace that gets you about as sweaty and winded as if doing aerobics, then you'd need something like 15-20 minutes of continuous sit-ups to burn around 200 calories.


The amount of calories burned depends on your weight and how fast you do them. If you do 100 in 10 minutes, you burn 57 Calories. This means 20 minutes of 200 sit-ups without stopping will equal 114 calories burned for a 150 pound person.



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