Calories Burned Swimming Breaststroke

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

Calories Burned Swimming Breaststroke 30 Minutes

Calories Burned Swimming Breaststroke for 30 minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 240
  • Weight 120lb: 290
  • Weight 125lb: 300
  • Weight 150lb: 360
  • Weight 175lb: 410
  • Weight 200lb: 470
  • Weight 250lb: 570
  • Weight 300lb: 680

Calories Burned Swimming Breaststroke 1 Hour

Calories Burned Swimming Breaststroke One Hour

  • Weight 100lb: 490
  • Weight 120lb: 580
  • Weight 125lb: 600
  • Weight 150lb: 720
  • Weight 175lb: 830
  • Weight 200lb: 930
  • Weight 250lb: 1140
  • Weight 300lb: 1350

Calories Burned Swimming Breaststroke 20 Minutes

20 Minutes Swimming Breaststroke

  • Weight 100lb: 160
  • Weight 120lb: 190
  • Weight 125lb: 200
  • Weight 150lb: 240
  • Weight 175lb: 280
  • Weight 200lb: 310
  • Weight 250lb: 380
  • Weight 300lb: 450

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Calories Burned Tips

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  • 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.
  • Skip Alcohol – Thinking about having a cocktail – or two – before dinner? Think again. Having a drink before a meal causes people to eat around 200 calories more, several studies show. Drinking with dinner isn’t such a good idea either: Other research has found that the body burns off alcohol first, meaning that the calories in the rest of the meal are more likely to be stored as fat. If you do have a cocktail craving, stick to wine, which packs only 80 calories a glass – or minimize the calories by drinking a white-wine spritzer (two ounces of wine mixed with two ounces of seltzer).

Calories Burned Swimming Breaststroke 10 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 80
  • Weight 120lb: 100
  • Weight 125lb: 100
  • Weight 150lb: 120
  • Weight 175lb: 140
  • Weight 200lb: 160
  • Weight 250lb: 190
  • Weight 300lb: 230

Calories Burned Swimming Breaststroke 15 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 120
  • Weight 120lb: 150
  • Weight 125lb: 150
  • Weight 150lb: 180
  • Weight 175lb: 210
  • Weight 200lb: 230
  • Weight 250lb: 290
  • Weight 300lb: 340

Calories Burned Swimming Breaststroke 45 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 370
  • Weight 120lb: 440
  • Weight 125lb: 450
  • Weight 150lb: 540
  • Weight 175lb: 620
  • Weight 200lb: 700
  • Weight 250lb: 860
  • Weight 300lb: 1010