Calories Burned Per Hour

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

Calories Burned Per Hour 30 Minutes

Calories Burned Per Hour for 30 minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 20
  • Weight 120lb: 30
  • Weight 125lb: 30
  • Weight 150lb: 30
  • Weight 175lb: 40
  • Weight 200lb: 50
  • Weight 250lb: 60
  • Weight 300lb: 70

Calories Burned Per Hour 1 Hour

Calories Burned Per Hour One Hour

  • Weight 100lb: 50
  • Weight 120lb: 50
  • Weight 125lb: 60
  • Weight 150lb: 70
  • Weight 175lb: 80
  • Weight 200lb: 90
  • Weight 250lb: 120
  • Weight 300lb: 140

Calories Burned Per Hour 20 Minutes

20 Minutes Per Hour

  • Weight 100lb: 20
  • Weight 120lb: 20
  • Weight 125lb: 20
  • Weight 150lb: 20
  • Weight 175lb: 30
  • Weight 200lb: 30
  • Weight 250lb: 40
  • Weight 300lb: 50

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Calories Burned Tips

  • Dry out – Alcoholic beverages are some of the emptiest calories out there. Replace them with water, and the weight comes off.
  • Choose whole grains – It takes the body extra effort to break down whole grains than more refined and processed grains, like the flour ordinarily used to make bread and pasta. You can help keep your metabolic rate elevated by consuming foods that the body has to work harder to digest, as shown in a Food & Nutrition Research study. Pomona College researchers found that consuming whole foods increased your post-meal energy expenditure by 50 percent compared to eating processed foods. Your go-to foods that boost metabolism are whole grains that are also rich in fiber – Brown rice, Oatmeal, Quinoa, Sprouted grain bread.
  • Eat whole foods – The smoothie revolution is here, and lots of people are swilling down bushels of leafy greens. Believe it or not, there’s a downside to this ingenious delivery method. A big part of the body’s job – breaking down food so that the body can absorb nutrients – has been outsourced to our Nutribullets and Vitamixes. That means that the body is expending much less energy than it would if we were eating kale, spinach, and bananas in their solid form. Smoothies are great for weight loss, but by prioritizing lean meats, fish, fibrous vegetables and fruit, you are driving up TEF (the Thermic Effect of Food, or your metabolic rate after eating) and expending more calories on digestion.
  • Rev Up Your Workouts – Adding interval training – bursts of high-intensity moves – to your workout is a great metabolism booster. Studies have shown that people who do interval training twice a week [in addition to cardio] lose twice as much weight as those who do just a regular cardio workout, says obesity specialist Aronne. You can easily incorporate interval training into your workout by inserting a 30-second sprint into your jog every five minutes or by adding a one-minute incline walk to your treadmill workout. Since your body is working harder, it’s a more intense workout — and you therefore burn more calories, says Westcott. On other days, shake up your routine with 40 minutes of cross-training. Ideally, aim for two 20-to-40-minute interval-training sessions and two 20-to-40-minute cross-training sessions a week.
  • Eat Breakfast – Believe it or not, it may be the most important meal of the day as far as metabolism (and weight loss) is concerned. Breakfast eaters lose more weight than breakfast skippers do, according to studies. Your metabolism slows while you sleep, and it doesn’t rev back up until you eat again, explains Barbara Rolls, Ph.D., professor of nutrition at Penn State University and an author of The Volumetric Weight-Control Plan. So if you bypass breakfast, your body won’t burn as many calories until lunchtime as it could. That’s why it’s smart to start the day with a solid 300- to 400-calorie meal; it jump-starts your metabolism.

Calories Burned Per Hour 10 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 10
  • Weight 120lb: 10
  • Weight 125lb: 10
  • Weight 150lb: 10
  • Weight 175lb: 10
  • Weight 200lb: 20
  • Weight 250lb: 20
  • Weight 300lb: 20

Calories Burned Per Hour 15 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 10
  • Weight 120lb: 10
  • Weight 125lb: 10
  • Weight 150lb: 20
  • Weight 175lb: 20
  • Weight 200lb: 20
  • Weight 250lb: 30
  • Weight 300lb: 40

Calories Burned Per Hour 45 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 30
  • Weight 120lb: 40
  • Weight 125lb: 40
  • Weight 150lb: 50
  • Weight 175lb: 60
  • Weight 200lb: 70
  • Weight 250lb: 90
  • Weight 300lb: 110