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Answered 2009-05-17 19:01:43

'150 calories.....easily'...I think he means per hour. Merely standing through an 8 hour shift would burn ~800 calories (100/hr). Physical labor beyond just standing still would increase that number depending on the intensity and kind of work.

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Light standing occupations burn 150 calories per hour



In an 8 hour shift, I walk aproximately 24 miles, burning an average of 75 calories per mile = 1800 calories burnt in one shift.


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no you cannot it does not involve any form of muscle tear and repair process because its too simple and its not vigorous enough. Umm....yes you do burn calories rocking in a chair, you burn calories just sitting in a chair, and in a rocking chair you are moving and I have read that you can burn up to 150 calories an hour.....you also burn more calories standing as apposed to sitting and I dont think standing involves muscle tear and repair.....hope this helps


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in a typical school day you burn... -120 calories an hour sitting -60 calories an hour sleeping -500 calories an hour running -140 calories an hour standing -300 calories an hour walking so... in an eight-hour school day you burn... about 7 hours sitting= 840 calories about 30 minutes standing (give or take)= 70 about 30 minutes walking= 150 so in total of an average school day you burn... ******1060 calories on AVERAGE******** (in school) now, with a 20 minutte gym period: 1154 with a 30 minute gym period: 1310 with an hour gym period: 1560 assuming, that you get 8 hours of sleep for the whole day: 1640 the daily reccomended calorie intake is 2000 so you gain about 460 calories a day, this means about every week you gain another pound (every puond hads 3600 calories), so your 160 pounds with another year like this will be 406 pounds. You probably excersize more though.