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How Many Calories To Walk A Milehelpful
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
If I walk as exercise everyday and stay around 1300 calories a day, how much weight can I expect to lose in a week? I have 55 lbs to lose.
Weight loss: That will depend on a number of things. How many calories will you be burning per day? It is about (roughly) 100 calories per mile. It takes 3,500 calories to burn a pound. ...Read more
I'm 6ft2, 16stone10. I walk 4 miles a day at 4mph but no other exercise. Eat around 3500 calories a day but no gaining any weight. Is that normal?
Metabolism: You may need more than 3500 calories a day. You may be mostly muscle and low in fat. Try having 2 -3 ounces of nuts a day or a nutritional drink containing an extra 250-300 calories a day. You should be able to gain a pound in 2-3 weeks providing you dont cut back your calories and actually do increase your intake. ...Read more
6ft 2, 245lbs. 22. Cut calories to around 1400 per day and walk 4 miles per day, no other exercise. Lost 7lbs in 9 days. Should I get this checked?
Not necessarily.: It can depend on where you cut the 1400cals from, a 6000cal or a 3000cal diet as long as you have no cardiac or other problems, you should be fine. Keep up the good work! Be sure to keep well hydrated. The only people I would worry about are those who are loosing weight, unintentionally. ...Read more
30 min=1 mile=100 ca:
Walking for 30 minutes will burn about 100
calories, if you cover a mile,
the average slice of pizza is 500 calories,
so it takes 30 min x 5 or more than 2 hours,
a single soda or glass of oj is 140 calories,
or aboiut 35 minutes to walk off. ...Read more
Calories: It depends on the speed you are walking that distance. The faster you walk, the more calories you lose. ...Read more
Walking: Any exercise is better than none. At least you did a little than none at all. ...Read more
Weigh 245lbs. Eat 1400 calories per day and walk 4 miles per day but no other exercise. Lost 7lbs in 9 days. Is that too much? Should I get it checked
Congratulations! When you have a lot of weight to lose the initial pounds can come off very quickly. 1400 calories is fine and walking is fine. The weight loss will slow down but do not slow down your efforts!!! Go to:
Good job! ...Read more
I walk 7 miles a day briskly and am at about a 1200 calories a day , i am vegetarian and very healthy with what i eat and I am not losing any weight?
Weight loss: At that rate you should have some weight loss, have you checked you measurements as well? ...Read more
??: TooManyVariables: Calories burned varies with body wt, speed, incline, waling style, temperature, etc. Calories are units of heat to warm h20 as measured in a calorimeter & routinely guessed at for ↓$, per usual practices. Study: wikipedia.Org/calorimeter, nusi.Org, lustig, taubes, attia, enig, dietdoctor & videos: big fat lies, mcgovern's report, science for smart people, big fat fiasco, why we get fat, my answers. ...Read more
At least 500: When looking for information, i found a range of estimates depending on activity. The actual number depends on body weight, intensity of exertion, speed and terrain. One of the best lists of calories burned for exercise and strength training activities can be found on the cdc site http://www.Cdc.Gov/healthyweight/physical_activity/index.Html. ...Read more
Careful....: Extreme diets dont work . You basically need to burn more calories than you take in. Increase your exercise, choose healthier, less-caloric foods and drinks. The nice thing is that if u build more muscle you will even burn more calories while you sleep! and don't focus too much on weight. Focus more on pants-size, etc. Muscle weighs more than fat but that's ok--its good wt. ...Read more
NO: You can ot provide the calories, protein, and carbohydrates you need in a day in a 300 calorie diet. You are not providing essential vitamins and minerals in 300 calories either. Please see a nutrition specialist and discuss your special case and determine what your needs are for your goals. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on your age weight and whether it is flat gound or inclines. ...Read more
Im trying to lose weigh how many calories should I consume i'm 5' 9'' and 222lbs i'm a waitress so i walk alot?
According to most healthy weight calculators, you'll probably want to lose at least 55-60 lbs (maybe more) and this should take some time. But you are wise to try and there are responsible safe approaches. You might ask a doctor you trust or investigate on your own. Here's a good one: http://www.Caloriesperhour.Com/tutorial_ideal.Php
(work walking may still lack some exercise benefits.) best! ...Read more
Which would burn more calories: jogging the whole time (about 30 min.) or sprinting a block or two and stopping to walk?
Well...: There are controversies...However high intensity training (hit) usually burns more calories in the same time period. ...Read more
Is that healthy if i follow 1200 calorie diet and walk 8 kilometer a a day for about 5 month to lose weight or it is unhealthy?
Healthy: This sounds like a good plan, and should be effective. ...Read more
I have CP it's makes it hard to walk do I burn more or the same amount of calories after walking the same amount as a avrge person?
More calories: Due to your cerebral palsy, you will actually burn more calories per distance travelled due to the increased work of your walking pattern as well as having to work against your spasticity ( muscle tightness). The more severe your cerebral palsy is the more calories you will burn. ...Read more
I walk 4 miles a day at speed of 4mph. For measuring number of calories needed to maintain weight, would this be lightly, moderately or highly active?
Moderate: Moderately active- that is good- you are walking a 15 minute mile for about one hour a day. If you waked faster that might be considered more activity and highly active. The speed as well as the time of an activity contributes to the description you are asking. ...Read more
How fast?: Numerous factors are involved most important speed, weight and fitness level try thic alculator or search others on the net to get a figure http://www.Shapesense.Com/fitness-exercise/calculators/walking-calorie-burn-calculator.Aspx. ...Read more
Will have net gain: Surprise 1000 steps with 2.5 ft stride is one mile , if are 180 lbs walk at speed of 2 ml /hr you burn 100 calories per mile , so 5 miles you will be burning 500 cal, , each slice has 600 to 700 cal ( find out how many cal each slice ) so you will be gaining weight in spite of your long walk ! ...Read more
Heart Rate Monitor:
There are several calculators that help you with the calories burned. See one below:
most heart rate monitors give you a better evaluation of calories burned as they calculate the sum of the instantaneous calories burned over the exercise period from your weight, age etc. ...Read more
I am 32 year old female. 60 kg. 167cm. How many calories will I burn if i walk briskly for one hour? Please hlp
You would burn around 300 calories doing this. Here is a great calculator that you can use.
https://www.healthstatus.com/perl/calculator.cgi ...Read more
I cannot walk and I have been trying to lose weight for weeks following a strict 1300 calorie diet to no avail. Why won't it come off??
Weight loss: often the weight loss one sees from adequately decreasing calories is not realized until several weeks after diet changes begin. one possibility is gain in lean muscle mass. muscle weighs more than fat so even if you're losing fat the total weight may not change. certain medications such as opioid pain meds can slow intestinal transit time and increase caloric absorption. keep trying! ...Read more
I am just relearning to walk. I am 70" tall, gone from 168-179. I walk 40 min once/day. How many calories am burning? I walk @ 1mph in flat fl.
Calories & Walking:
Walking 40 minutes at 2 mph (a slow pace): 104 calories burned
walking 40 minutes at 4 mph (a very brisk pace): 210 calories burned
walking 40 minutes at 5 mph (practically jogging): 336 calories burned.
These are approximate.
Dr george tsatsos
anklenfootcenters.Com. ...Read more
I am trying to lose 30 lbs. Tried multiple diets, thyroid tested normal, I walk 45 min daily. Consume 1400 – 1700 calories daily. See profile. Thanks?
Wt loss: Good for you! You need to raise your basal metabolic rate. Add some gentle core wt lifting exercise and actually try to add 5 pounds of muscle. In your walking, try alternating very brisk walking (race walking) for 5 minutes then normal then brisk. Raise your heart rate to about 100/minute. Lastly, avoid all white breads, potatoes, rice, soft drinks and anything with high fructose in it. ...Read more
Cut way back on calories for 1 week. Stuck to salads & protein. Scale hasn't budged. Walk/jog avg 2.5 mi/day. Eat more or wait longer to see results?
Perhaps you should wait 2-3 weeks. As food is concerned, 1. do not snack, 2. Decrease the amount of your lunch and dinner by 50%. How is your sleep?
You should get a medication Phentermine 37.5 mg. which will lower your appetite. This med. may induce insomnia, therefore as you wake up, may stat with 1/2 tab and the other 1/2 at 02:00 pm, Take vitamins, avoid carbohydrates, have fish and lean meat ...Read more
I am 159 CM and 68 kilo i eat 1250 calorie walk for about 6 kilometer to lose weight is that good or bad for me and if i eat 1250 shouldnot i exercise?
I am just relearning to walk. I am 70" tall, gone from 168-179. I walk 40 min once/day. How many calories am i burning. All charts i find start at 2mph?
See an exercise phys: You cannot calculate calories burned solely from time walked. You also need information on speed and terrain. An exercise physiologist is trained to work out both what an exercise is doing and what exercise is appropriate for you. ...Read more
Exercise: Any exercise, including walking, will increase the rate at which calories are burned. ...Read more
Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more