Calories Burned Rowing

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

Calories Burned Rowing 30 Minutes

Calories Burned Rowing 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 Rowing 1 Hour

Calories Burned Rowing 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 Rowing 20 Minutes

20 Minutes Rowing

  • 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 Rowing 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 Rowing 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 Rowing 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