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You can burn up to 300 calories when you go freestyle swimming for an hour. You can burn more than this if you are swimming intensely.


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In swimming, the front crawl is another name for swimming freestyle. Depending on how fast a person is swimming and a body's metabolism, you can burn between 400 and 600 calories.

It depends on how active you are when you're swimming, but maybe 300 kcal an hour. It altso depends on your age, height, weight, and so much more.

Between 250 - 500 calories. It depends on how fast and how much swimming you do within that hour.

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.

Yes swimming does burn a lot of calories. This is because you are working a lot harder to move and keep yourself up when you are in water. It can burn (on average) 500 calories an hour.

It is a broad range from about 450 to 950 calories per hour.

A 150 pound woman on average will burn 400+ calories per hour on average.

The answer varies for everybody. It depends on your speed, metabolism, and how much you are working. Generally, swimming moderately slowly, you would burn about 700 calories.

How many calories you burn with exercise depends on how hard you exercise and how much you weigh. The more vigorous the exercise, the more calories per hour you can burn. Cross-country skiing, jogging and swimming are exercises that burn a significant number of calories per hour.

This depends on a few factors. A 75 kilogram or 165 pound person will burn between 628 (slow freestyle) and 864 (fast freestyle) Calories per hour of swimming, depending on how fast they swim. However, assuming it takes you 30 seconds to swim a lap of a 50 metre pool, you would do 100 laps in 60 minutes. This speed is faster than slow, but slower than fast, so you'd burn about 700 Calories per hour. Divide this by the number of laps you swim, and you answer would be 7 Calories per lap.

A 55 kilo person swimming 25 laps in one hour would burn 479 calories. The number of calories is primarily based on weight and pace.

You can burn anywhere betwee 300 - 950, depending on what stroke you're doing and how vigorously you're swimming.

The number of calories burned depends on the swimmer's weight and the speed of swimming. A 180 pound person who swims 700 yards in an hour will burn 500 calories.

I found out that you burn more calories swimming than running. When you're running, you burn one-hundred calories in an hour. But when you're swimming, you actually burn at least around 250 an hour. In running, at least four-hundred out of two-thousand muscles are working. While you're swimming, almost every muscle in your body is working.

You cannot burn 3,500 calories in one hour.

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.

How many calories are burned when swimming depends on the person's weight and the size of the pool. For a person who weighs 150 pounds in a pool that is 25 yards in length they will burn 414 calories for an hour of doing a front crawl.

When we are sitting there ,it may burn 450 calories per hour ,but if you want to do exercise to build your body ,it may burn 1000 calories per hour.

Depends how much effort you put into it and what swimming style your doing.

I did swimming 2 days a week for about 2 hour per day. This helped a lot!

you burn about 346 calories an hour.....

you burn about 346 calories an hour.....

Light standing occupations burn 150 calories per hour

Swimming definitely you lose 6 calories in 1 minute, so if you swim for 1 hour, you burn about 360 calories.

Calories burned while exercising vary person to person, but a person who weighs 150 pounds would, on average, burn 414 calories in an hour of swimming. So, for 10 minutes, this translates to about 69 calories burned.

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