It takes 3,500 calories to lose 1 pound.
There are about 3,500 calories in a pound. Burn 3,500 calories more than you take in = loose one pound. Take in 3,500 more calories than you burn = gain a pound.
You need to burn 3,500 more calories than you consume to lose one solid pound.
A pound a day will take 3500 calories. So that's 3500 calories more you have to take in than you burn in a day.
3500 calories equal a pound, so if you burn 200 calories a day it will take approximately 18 days to lose a pound, assuming you're burning 200 more calories than you take in.
It take about 3500 calories to burn 1 pound of fat. So that would mean that if you lower you caloric intake by 500 calories in a week you would lose about 1 pound.
You have to burn 3,500 calories more than what you consume to lose 1 pound. So to lose 35 pounds you will have to burn 122,500 extra calories.
1 pound equals 3,500 calories. You can burn around 0.1 calories per jump. 3,500 calories divided by 0.1 calories per jump is 35,000 jumps in 1 pound. That would take almost 3 hours to burn off (at 200 jumps per minute)
Well, since 1 pound equals about 3500 calories then it well take 3500 calories to burn it off, but DO NOT try to burn it all off in one day. You can become ill and possibly die from it.
if you can burn 500 calories a day it should take about a year. 1 pound=3500
If one burns off roughly one calorie per 20 steps, then it should take about 70,000 steps to burn off 3500 calories or 1 pound of body fat.
A pound of body fat is equal to 3500 calories (give or take a few). And for all of you remedial math students, if you burn an extra 500 calories every day of the week, you should lose 1 pound of fat per week.
3500 calories make up a pound. So, if you burn 600 a day it would take you a little less than 6 days to lose a pound ( 3500/600= 5.83333) Keep in mind that this only remains true if you are burning more calories than you are consuming.
Pushups don't really burn calories, they increase strength by building muscle. Muscle does burn calories but it'd take quite a while. If you want to burn calories try an aerobic workout.
On average you burn 10 calories per pound that you weigh per day. Example: A person that weighs 130 pounds burn 1300 calories per day just existing. If you are looking to lose weight 3500 calories = 1 pound of fat. So take you weight multiply it by 10 and subtract that number from 3500 and you get how many calories you have to burn per day to lose 1 pound per day. Example: A per that weighs 130 pounds burns 1300 calories per day, subtract that from 3500 so he/she has to burn 2200 calories per day to lose 1 pound of weight per day.
Assuming you mean how many calories you have to burn a day, it works like this: To lose one pound in a week, you have to burn 500 calories a day more than you take in. Adding exercise will help, even if it's something fun or easy such as dancing, swimming, bike riding, or walking.
It would take most people almost a week to burn 1230 calories. This is because it would normally take about 6 to 8 hours to burn this many calories.
you will lose about 5 pounds. Because for every 3400 calories you burn it is a pound, so take 17500 and divide it by 3400
at-least 100-150 calories.
To lose one ounce of weight, yoou need to burn 220 more calories than you consume. (For one pound, which is 16 ounces, that equates to 3,500 calories.)
well there are 3000 calories in a pound so times that by 79 3000x79=237000 so about two hundred thirty-seven thousand calories.
One pound of fat equals 3500 calories.How long it would take to burn this amount depends on a number of factors including: intensity and duration of exercise, the amount of muscle and fat you have to begin with, and how many calories you are consuming.
Depends on how fast you walk and what your calorie in take is, burn around 500 calories a day
For a 160 pound person performing situps at a moderate rate, it will take a little less than 2 hours of continuous situps to burn 500 calories. It will take less time for people who weigh more and will take longer for those who weigh less. Situps are not a great exercise for burning calories, but they can strengthen your abdominal muscles well. Compare it to running at 8 miles per minute, where the same 160 pound person can burn almost 500 calories in only 30 minutes.
The amount of steps taken to burn 300 calories depends on the activity. Walking at a 3.5mph pace will burn 300 calories in about an hour.
If you take in more calories than you burn you will put on weight.