Calories Burned Per Mile Walking

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

Calories Burned Per Mile Walking 30 Minutes

Calories Burned Per Mile Walking for 30 minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 50
  • Weight 120lb: 60
  • Weight 125lb: 60
  • Weight 150lb: 70
  • Weight 175lb: 80
  • Weight 200lb: 90
  • Weight 250lb: 110
  • Weight 300lb: 130

Calories Burned Per Mile Walking 1 Hour

Calories Burned Per Mile Walking One Hour

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

Calories Burned Per Mile Walking 20 Minutes

20 Minutes Per Mile Walking

  • Weight 100lb: 30
  • Weight 120lb: 40
  • Weight 125lb: 40
  • Weight 150lb: 50
  • Weight 175lb: 60
  • Weight 200lb: 60
  • Weight 250lb: 80
  • Weight 300lb: 90

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Calories Burned Tips

  • Fidget more – Studies show that fidgety types burn significantly more calories than their stationary peers.
  • 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 the bulk of your carbs at night – One study in the European Journal of Nutrition put two groups of men on identical weight loss diets. The only difference? Half of the group ate their carbs throughout the day while the second group reserved carbohydrates for nighttime. The result? The nighttime carb group showed a significantly higher diet-induced thermogenesis (meaning they burned more calories digesting their food the next day). On the other hand, the daytime-carb group showed increased blood sugar levels. Experts believe that when you give yourself large gaps between your carb intake (like fasting overnight), your body is more equipped to deal with your intake of blood-sugar-raising carbs when you have them next.
  • Sprinkle Cinnamon On Everything. – If you’ve ever read the 4-Hour Body by Tim Ferris (and if you haven’t, I highly recommend it), you probably remember the section on his cinnamon experiments. Basically, he found that eating about one and a half teaspoons of cinnamon a day can help regulate glucose levels, which in turn helps control weight gain. As a bonus, it can also actually help you feel full faster. When buying cinnamon, try and get either Saigon cinnamon or Cassia cinnamon for maximum effect. Then sprinkle it in your coffee, in your oatmeal, or even on your protein pancakes. Just don’t go overboard – Tim found that there are active substances in cinnamon that can have an adverse effect if you consume too much of it.
  • Wall Plank – Bracing your feet against the wall, you hold your body parallel to the ground, with core muscles engaged. Add some leg curls if you aren’t getting enough exercise just holding yourself up.

Calories Burned Per Mile Walking 10 Minutes

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

Calories Burned Per Mile Walking 15 Minutes

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

Calories Burned Per Mile Walking 45 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 70
  • Weight 120lb: 90
  • Weight 125lb: 90
  • Weight 150lb: 110
  • Weight 175lb: 120
  • Weight 200lb: 140
  • Weight 250lb: 170
  • Weight 300lb: 200