Calories Burned Rollerblade Skating

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

Calories Burned Rollerblade Skating 30 Minutes

Calories Burned Rollerblade Skating for 30 minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 170
  • Weight 120lb: 200
  • Weight 125lb: 210
  • Weight 150lb: 250
  • Weight 175lb: 290
  • Weight 200lb: 330
  • Weight 250lb: 400
  • Weight 300lb: 480

Calories Burned Rollerblade Skating 1 Hour

Calories Burned Rollerblade Skating One Hour

  • Weight 100lb: 330
  • Weight 120lb: 400
  • Weight 125lb: 420
  • Weight 150lb: 500
  • Weight 175lb: 580
  • Weight 200lb: 650
  • Weight 250lb: 800
  • Weight 300lb: 950

Calories Burned Rollerblade Skating 20 Minutes

20 Minutes Rollerblade Skating

  • Weight 100lb: 110
  • Weight 120lb: 130
  • Weight 125lb: 140
  • Weight 150lb: 170
  • Weight 175lb: 190
  • Weight 200lb: 220
  • Weight 250lb: 270
  • Weight 300lb: 320

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Calories Burned Tips

  • Find a buddy – You know you are more likely to show up at the gym if someone is waiting there for you
  • Swear off dessert – Cut a slew of calories by ordering a skim cappuccino instead so you have something to do while your eat.
  • 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.
  • Chill Out – Long-term stress can make you fat, studies have found. When you’re chronically stressed, your body is flooded with stress hormones, which stimulate fat cells deep in the abdomen to increase in size and encourage fat storage, says Peek. I call this toxic weight, because fat deep within your belly is more likely to increase your risk for heart disease, diabetes, and cancer. And stress hormones spark your appetite, making you likely to overeat.
  • Turn Down The Temperature – If you’re someone who loves being cold while they sleep, you might already be doing your metabolism some good. A small study looked at how lowering the temperature while you’re catching some Burns may increase your levels of brown fat – the good fat that keeps you warm in cold temps by burning calories to generate heat. When the participants in the study slept at 66 degrees opposed to warmer temperatures, their amount of brown fat increased, while the opposite occurred during the months their sleeping areas were warmer. Turns out blasting the AC can really do you some good.

Calories Burned Rollerblade Skating 10 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 60
  • Weight 120lb: 70
  • Weight 125lb: 70
  • Weight 150lb: 80
  • Weight 175lb: 100
  • Weight 200lb: 110
  • Weight 250lb: 130
  • Weight 300lb: 160

Calories Burned Rollerblade Skating 15 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 80
  • Weight 120lb: 100
  • Weight 125lb: 100
  • Weight 150lb: 130
  • Weight 175lb: 140
  • Weight 200lb: 160
  • Weight 250lb: 200
  • Weight 300lb: 240

Calories Burned Rollerblade Skating 45 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 250
  • Weight 120lb: 300
  • Weight 125lb: 310
  • Weight 150lb: 380
  • Weight 175lb: 430
  • Weight 200lb: 490
  • Weight 250lb: 600
  • Weight 300lb: 710