To lose one definitive pound of fat, you must burn 3,500 more calories than you consume. (For example, if you consume 2000 calories, you must burn off 5500 calories ot lose one pound of fat.) That much times 40 is roughly 140,000 calories in total.
You need to burn about 3,500 calories per pound. Then you need to burn 70,000 calories to lose 20 pounds.
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.
To lose one solid pound of weight, you need to burn 3,500 more calories to consume. Then, to lose 52 solid pounds of weight, you would need to burn 182,000 calories.
to many i dont think its healthy to lose 5 pounds in a day
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
To lose a pound you have to burn 3500 so times five would be 17500 calories and you would lose five pounds, good luck!
well, since you have to burn 3000 calories to lose 1 lb of fat, you have to calculate how many calories you burn per mile. On average, it is around 150 calories.
In order to lose five pounds in a week you would have to burn 17,500 calories. Many people burn about 1,500 calories resting, so you would have to exercise enough to burn 7,000 calories.
If she exercises regularly, she will burn hundreds of calories.
To lose one solid pound of weight, you need to burn 3,500 more calories than you consume. To lose 45 pounds, then, you would need to burn (3,500 x 45) 157,500 more calories than you consume.
It depends on how long you want to take to lose the 50 pounds. To lose one solid pound fo weight, you must burn 3,500 more calories than you consume. That means, to lose 50 pounds, you must burn 175,000 more calories than you consume.
A calorie is a calorie, no matter what source you get it from. That is, if you consume more calories than you burn, then you will gain weight; if you consume less calories than you burn, then you will lose weight.
I recall seeing somewhere that you have to burn 400 more calories than you consume per day to lose 1 pound. So you lose 3 pounds a day, you would have to burn 1200 calories more than you eat.
It depends on how many calories you intake, compared to how many calories you burn. So it is impossible to say.
since 3,500 calories = 1 pound, you need to lose 7,700 calories per week to lose 2.2 pounds per week.
One pound of fat is equal to about 3,500 calories no matter what your current weight is. If you can burn that many (or consume that many fewer) calories in one week, you will lose a pound of fat in one week.
In order to lose one pound, you need to burn approximately 3,500 more calories than you consume. How many pounds you lose depends on your caloric intake and exercise level.
you can not lose a full pound from a mile, but you can burn up to 240 calories in just one mile of walking
You need to burn 3500 calories to lose a pound.
There is 35,000 calories in 10 pounds.
You won't lose pounds! You will burn calories, that's what makes you lose the pounds! Just make sure your burning off more then what's going in! Good luck:)
It takes 3500 calories to lose a pound
I am 149 pound how many calories i should burn a day
To lose one solid pound of weight, you need to burn 3,500 more calories than you consume. So burning 2,000 calories means you burnt about 2/3 of a pound.
It takes 3,500 calories burned (more than are consumed....for example, if you eat 1,200 caloires, you need to then burn 4,700 calories) to lose a solid pound. 25 pounds would then be 87,500 more calories burned than are consumed.