Calories Burned Running 10 Mph (6 Min Mile)

Below you will find average calorie burns for ‘How many calories burned doing Running 10 Mph (6 Min Mile)’, by weight range and how many minutes spent doing it.

Calories Burned Running 10 Mph (6 Min Mile) 30 Minutes

Calories Burned Running 10 Mph (6 Min Mile) for 30 minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 400
  • Weight 120lb: 480
  • Weight 125lb: 500
  • Weight 150lb: 600
  • Weight 175lb: 680
  • Weight 200lb: 770
  • Weight 250lb: 950
  • Weight 300lb: 1120

Calories Burned Running 10 Mph (6 Min Mile) 1 Hour

Calories Burned Running 10 Mph (6 Min Mile) One Hour

  • Weight 100lb: 790
  • Weight 120lb: 950
  • Weight 125lb: 990
  • Weight 150lb: 1190
  • Weight 175lb: 1370
  • Weight 200lb: 1540
  • Weight 250lb: 1890
  • Weight 300lb: 2240

Calories Burned Running 10 Mph (6 Min Mile) 20 Minutes

20 Minutes Running 10 Mph (6 Min Mile)

  • Weight 100lb: 260
  • Weight 120lb: 320
  • Weight 125lb: 330
  • Weight 150lb: 400
  • Weight 175lb: 460
  • Weight 200lb: 510
  • Weight 250lb: 630
  • Weight 300lb: 750

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Calories Burned Tips

  • Eat at home – Meals eaten away from home have 134 more calories, on average.
  • Meditate – It’s no secret that stress-eating can sabotage the best diet intentions. A short daily meditation can help you keep binge-inducing anxieties in check.
  • Drink less alcohol to increase fat burn – While drinking in moderation every so often won’t do too much harm to your waistline, making it a habit can slow down your metabolic rate. Why? When your body has a cocktail to break down, it takes precedence over any food that you’ve already eaten that’s waiting to be digested. This slows down the entire metabolic process. On the occasions that you decided to indulge, stick to low-calorie drinks. Alternate your alcohol with water to slow your pace, and cut yourself off after two drinks. Avoid ordering high-cal bar food like fries and burgers. An important note: Wine in moderation can have numerous benefits, including weight loss!
  • Get Some Shut-Eye – Skimping on sleep can derail your metabolism. In a study at the University of Chicago, people who got four hours of sleep or less a night had more difficulty processing carbohydrates. When you’re exhausted, your body lacks the energy to do its normal day-to-day functions, which include burning calories, so your metabolism is automatically lowered, explains Peek.
  • Fire-Feet Drill – Start with your feet wider than your shoulders, with a slight bend in your knees and your hips behind you. On the balls of your feet, run in place as fast as you can, like the floor is hot. Every 10 seconds do either a tuck jump (advanced) or jump squat (beginner) as high as you can and get right back to your fire feet again.

Calories Burned Running 10 Mph (6 Min Mile) 10 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 130
  • Weight 120lb: 160
  • Weight 125lb: 170
  • Weight 150lb: 200
  • Weight 175lb: 230
  • Weight 200lb: 260
  • Weight 250lb: 320
  • Weight 300lb: 370

Calories Burned Running 10 Mph (6 Min Mile) 15 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 200
  • Weight 120lb: 240
  • Weight 125lb: 250
  • Weight 150lb: 300
  • Weight 175lb: 340
  • Weight 200lb: 390
  • Weight 250lb: 470
  • Weight 300lb: 560

Calories Burned Running 10 Mph (6 Min Mile) 45 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 590
  • Weight 120lb: 710
  • Weight 125lb: 740
  • Weight 150lb: 890
  • Weight 175lb: 1020
  • Weight 200lb: 1160
  • Weight 250lb: 1420
  • Weight 300lb: 1680