Calories Burned Firefighting

Below you will find average calorie burns for ‘How many calories burned doing Firefighting’, by weight range and how many minutes spent doing it.

Calories Burned Firefighting 30 Minutes

Calories Burned Firefighting for 30 minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 290
  • Weight 120lb: 350
  • Weight 125lb: 360
  • Weight 150lb: 430
  • Weight 175lb: 500
  • Weight 200lb: 560
  • Weight 250lb: 690
  • Weight 300lb: 820

Calories Burned Firefighting 1 Hour

Calories Burned Firefighting One Hour

  • Weight 100lb: 580
  • Weight 120lb: 690
  • Weight 125lb: 720
  • Weight 150lb: 860
  • Weight 175lb: 990
  • Weight 200lb: 1120
  • Weight 250lb: 1380
  • Weight 300lb: 1640

Calories Burned Firefighting 20 Minutes

20 Minutes Firefighting

  • Weight 100lb: 190
  • Weight 120lb: 230
  • Weight 125lb: 240
  • Weight 150lb: 290
  • Weight 175lb: 330
  • Weight 200lb: 370
  • Weight 250lb: 460
  • Weight 300lb: 550

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Calories Burned Tips

  • Keep walking – Walk 2 minutes out of every 30. Short walking breaks add up to weight loss.
  • Swear off dessert – Cut a slew of calories by ordering a skim cappuccino instead so you have something to do while your eat.
  • Eat iron-rich foods – Iron deficiency affects more than 1 in 5 women in the U.S. Being deficient in essential minerals can show up in all kinds of ways, such as fatigue and anemia, but an iron deficiency can also be a blow for your metabolic health. See, your body can’t work as efficiently to burn calories when it doesn’t have what it needs to work properly. On the other hand, when you treat iron deficiency with sufficient iron intake, you can lose weight and improve metabolic parameters such as lowering blood pressure and bad cholesterol levels, according to a Clinical Therapeutics study.
  • Eat Protein. – Through a process called thermogenesis, your body actually uses about 10% of its calorie intake for digestion. And since it takes longer for your body to digest protein than carbs or fat, eating a high protein diet can cause your body to expend more energy through this process – i.e. helping you burn more calories throughout the day. And not only can protein help boost your metabolism just by eating it, a high protein diet can also help preserve muscle, especially when you’re cutting back on calories. Plus, as an added bonus, protein helps keep you full longer!
  • Duck Walk – Don’t do this if you have bad joints. Do it forward for 20 feet, and then backwards for 20 feet.

Calories Burned Firefighting 10 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 100
  • Weight 120lb: 120
  • Weight 125lb: 120
  • Weight 150lb: 140
  • Weight 175lb: 170
  • Weight 200lb: 190
  • Weight 250lb: 230
  • Weight 300lb: 270

Calories Burned Firefighting 15 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 140
  • Weight 120lb: 170
  • Weight 125lb: 180
  • Weight 150lb: 220
  • Weight 175lb: 250
  • Weight 200lb: 280
  • Weight 250lb: 350
  • Weight 300lb: 410

Calories Burned Firefighting 45 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 430
  • Weight 120lb: 520
  • Weight 125lb: 540
  • Weight 150lb: 650
  • Weight 175lb: 740
  • Weight 200lb: 840
  • Weight 250lb: 1040
  • Weight 300lb: 1230