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how many calories can u lose by standing up for 3 minute

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Standing up, you burn about 1 to 2 calories per minute.


In general, being more active means you burn more calories. Standing, as opposed to sitting, could potentially help you lose weight.



You burn 1/2 a calorie by standing up. I thought of something cool btw, if you wanna burn those calories, stand up 100 times in a row BURNING 50 CALORIES! OMG!!!


You're using up calories all the time as long as you're still alive. But the amount of calories used up by the hour depends on how active you are. Standing isn't particularly strenuous, so it might only use up something like 80-100 calories/hour. Not really enough to make a difference in a weight loss program.


Yes, standing up burns more calories than when you sit.


The amount of calories that is burned while standing up will depend on how much the person weighs. For example, if a person weighs 150, they will burn 114 calories per hour which would be 684 calories in six hours.


That really depends upon how much you weigh.


The ONLY way someone can lose weight is to burn more calories than you consume in one day...the average female eats 1200-1400 calories a day and sitting in the office or just standing up will burn calories but not as many as when you are active , exercising burn 5x the calories than doing nothing at all. so the more calories burnt the less weight.


well, if you simply stand up and suck in your stomach you burn calories ^_^ the doctor told me that :]


You lose your chair because you are standing up. Actually, the answer to the riddle is: "You lose your lap."


Barely any, maybe 1 or 2 calories for a whole situp.



I lose 7-10 but it depends on your weight and what difficulty your on I was on and could barely keep up without hitting floor but I do that in the middle of my workout and that is about 15 calories


You may think this answer is crazy but up to a hundred that is the same with kissing. How ever long you take to eat that is how many calories you lose, so lets say you take up to 20 minutes to finish a huge burger you would lose 20 calories. Here is another example if it takes you ten minutes to finish a salad then you would lose ten calories.


Around max 3 calories per min, so up to 180 calories per hour by sitting.


That depends entirely on how many calories it is in what you're eating, and how many calories you use up each day. If you eat more calories than you use, then you will gain weight, regardless of where those calories come from. If you eat less than you use up you will lose weight regardless of where they come from too.


You can burn up to 500 calories each hour you play basketball. However, you lose calories when your body is recovering as well; about another 50 calories.


You aren't losing calories. Instead, you are burning them off. If you are burning that many calories through exercise, though, it is healthier to up your calories intake by 100 or 200 calories, though.


you can not lose a full pound from a mile, but you can burn up to 240 calories in just one mile of walking


Look up calories counters.www.caloriecount.about.comlook under tools


During 20 minutes of singing, a person who weighs 150 lbs. burns about 34 calories if sitting down, or 45 calories if singing while standing up, according to CaloriesPerHour.


Basically, yes. IF you get your heart rat up you will use more calories.


'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.


Any activity that gets your heart rate up, and keeps it up, will make your body use up more calories.If your eating is under control, some of those calories will be from stored fat, so you will lose weight.If you're overeating, it's really hard to lose weight from exercise alone. Not many people can push hard enough, long enough to use up any important amounts of calories that way.



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