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Calories Burned On A Stairmaster
Depends: It depends on how intensely a person exercises and how long the exercise session lasts. Exercising vigorously, with heart rate at 80% of maximum, will give a good workout. High-intensity interval training also burns calories. But if you're not exercising regularly, work up to this kind of workout gradually. Especially if there are chronic medical conditions. ...Read more
A calorie is the amount of heat energy needed to increase a mililiter of water 1 degree centigrade, the calorie we talk about in foods is really a kilocalorie, that is the amount of energy needed to increase a liter of water 1 degree centigrade... So if you eat a food that is 500 calories that food if burned completely has enough energy to heat a liter of ...Read more
Of course; not ≠ Wt.: Calories are a unit of energy, measured in a calorimeter by heating a known amount of water a specific amount. As a unit of energy, calories do not have any mass, thus do not register on a scale of body wt or any other wt. Scale. If you are concerned with body weight, this is an issue of (a) mass (food) taken in & retained versus (b) mass of food removed from body; and (c) the diff. Within body. ...Read more
Yes, no, and maybe: The whole point of trying to lose weight is to burn too many calories. However, if one is chronically ill (such as with cancer or aids), his body can burn too many calories and he will lose weight and be too skinny (called "cachetic"). Also, if one is too thin already, and exercises excessively, he is burning too many calories. ...Read more
Cardio Mix: If you adipose tissue that you'd like to lose then consider an increase in cardio and a balanced diet. However, do not always do the same exercise or you will increase your risks for stress injuries. Mix things up with running, biking, swimming, or circuit training. Core exercises may build muscle, but to burn fat you need to burn more than you consume and cardio is key! ...Read more
It depends on what your goals are. If you are already at ideal weight, you should burn off slightly less than the total calories consumed. If you are overweight, then burn more and vice versa. In general, every calorie you burn in the gym will allow you to take in somewhat more calories. Monitor your progress and you will find your own path.
I am sure there will be many other opinions. ...Read more
Low carb/exercise: Follow a low carb ketogenic diet. No starch or sugar. For exercise do a combination of cardio in short spurts along with weights for a period of 45 minutes. This significantly increases your metabolism and can be done anywhere including your home. What you want is heartrate variability meaning for it to go up and down during your exercise rather than it being stable so u can burn more fat. ...Read more
Can be a lot: It depends on your intensity. You can easily burn 400-600 calories an hour bik ...Read more
Burning calories.: Many ways. You can mix & match different kinds of physical exercise. This site can help you determined calories burned for over 100 activities: http://www. Prohealth. Com/weightloss/tools/exercise/calculator1_2.Cfm. ...Read more
Activities that...: Inrease your heart rate the most. Since muscular fatigue is a limiting factor as well, the more muscles engaged in sporting activities seem less strenuous that they really are. These would include rowing a cross country skiing, an eliptical trainer, schwinn air dyne, etc. But resistance activities have "hidden" burn, since your muscular growth will consume caslories after exercise. ...Read more
Yes: Calories burned depends on athletic you are. ...Read more
Simply complicated: BMR is the minimum number of calories needed simply to exist. It includes basic respiration, metabolism, etc. Merely to live. However, humans, walk, talk, digest, type, and this adds additional caloric requirements to what we need. Because these calculations are very inexact, the BMR is usually used to assure a rough baseline from which to start looking at what we need to do what we need to do. ...Read more
Yes: Yes the calories burned through exercise are permanently lost as heat. Have fun and get moving! ...Read more
None purging: Purging isn't exercise where you burn calories. You are vomiting up food before it gets to be digested. This also brings up stomach acid which erodes your esophagus and teeth while causing electrolyte imbalances which can lead to weakness and cardiac arrest. ...Read more
Yes: Strength training burns calories in two ways. First, using the muscles burns up to 400 calories per hour. Second, building muscle increases your resting metabolism, so you burn more calories all day long. Hope this helps! ...Read more
No simple answer.: There is no easy answer to this question. The amount you burn will depend on your weight, your percent of body fat, the weight you lift, how many reps you do how much rest between sets and other factors. It is not a question of how much weight you lift but has more to do with how many reps and how quickly you do them, that is why interval training burns more calories. ...Read more
There are calculators available on the internet to help you figure out how many calories you burn with different activities based on your weight, such as this one from healthstatus:
http://www. Healthstatus. Com/calculate/cbc
you can directly compare activities. For example, a 150 lb person biking 12-14 mph for 1 hr would burn 594 calories compared to 297 calories walking 3 mph for 1 hr. ...Read more
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