Calories Burned Rock Climbing Ascending

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

Calories Burned Rock Climbing Ascending 30 Minutes

Calories Burned Rock Climbing Ascending for 30 minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 260
  • Weight 120lb: 320
  • Weight 125lb: 330
  • Weight 150lb: 400
  • Weight 175lb: 460
  • Weight 200lb: 520
  • Weight 250lb: 640
  • Weight 300lb: 760

Calories Burned Rock Climbing Ascending 1 Hour

Calories Burned Rock Climbing Ascending One Hour

  • Weight 100lb: 520
  • Weight 120lb: 630
  • Weight 125lb: 660
  • Weight 150lb: 790
  • Weight 175lb: 910
  • Weight 200lb: 1030
  • Weight 250lb: 1270
  • Weight 300lb: 1510

Calories Burned Rock Climbing Ascending 20 Minutes

20 Minutes Rock Climbing Ascending

  • Weight 100lb: 170
  • Weight 120lb: 210
  • Weight 125lb: 220
  • Weight 150lb: 260
  • Weight 175lb: 300
  • Weight 200lb: 340
  • Weight 250lb: 420
  • Weight 300lb: 500

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Calories Burned Tips

  • Not so sweet – Everyone knows sugar isn’t healthy, but when you start reading labels, you find it in unexpected places, like pasta sauce and frozen entrees. Cutting the sugar out of your diet will mean healthier meals overall.
  • 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 zinc-rich oysters – Shuck one for your metabolism. Heck, make it a half dozen. After all, oysters are one of the best dietary sources zinc – a mineral that’s critical for thyroid health. In fact, the body needs enough zinc to activate production of thyroid hormone. And, in turn, we need enough thyroid hormone to absorb zinc. Any way you look at it, deficiencies are likely to result in a sluggish metabolism, and supplementing with the mineral has shown to get weight loss back on track. One study in Nutrition Research and Practice found that obese people who consumed 30 milligrams of zinc per day – the equivalent of just six raw oysters – had improved BMIs, lost weight, and showed improvements in blood cholesterol levels. Get shucking!
  • Focus on fiber – Studies show that those who eat the most fiber gain the least weight over time and that eating fiber can decrease your risk of belly fat by 3.7 percent. Aim for about 28 grams of fiber a day – the amount present in about three servings each of fruits and vegetables.
  • 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 Rock Climbing Ascending 10 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 90
  • Weight 120lb: 110
  • Weight 125lb: 110
  • Weight 150lb: 130
  • Weight 175lb: 150
  • Weight 200lb: 170
  • Weight 250lb: 210
  • Weight 300lb: 250

Calories Burned Rock Climbing Ascending 15 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 130
  • Weight 120lb: 160
  • Weight 125lb: 160
  • Weight 150lb: 200
  • Weight 175lb: 230
  • Weight 200lb: 260
  • Weight 250lb: 320
  • Weight 300lb: 380

Calories Burned Rock Climbing Ascending 45 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 390
  • Weight 120lb: 470
  • Weight 125lb: 490
  • Weight 150lb: 590
  • Weight 175lb: 680
  • Weight 200lb: 770
  • Weight 250lb: 950
  • Weight 300lb: 1130