Calories Burned Teaching Aerobics

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

Calories Burned Teaching Aerobics 30 Minutes

Calories Burned Teaching Aerobics for 30 minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 150
  • Weight 120lb: 180
  • Weight 125lb: 180
  • Weight 150lb: 220
  • Weight 175lb: 250
  • Weight 200lb: 280
  • Weight 250lb: 350
  • Weight 300lb: 410

Calories Burned Teaching Aerobics 1 Hour

Calories Burned Teaching Aerobics One Hour

  • Weight 100lb: 300
  • Weight 120lb: 350
  • Weight 125lb: 360
  • Weight 150lb: 430
  • Weight 175lb: 500
  • Weight 200lb: 560
  • Weight 250lb: 690
  • Weight 300lb: 820

Calories Burned Teaching Aerobics 20 Minutes

20 Minutes Teaching Aerobics

  • Weight 100lb: 100
  • Weight 120lb: 120
  • Weight 125lb: 120
  • Weight 150lb: 140
  • Weight 175lb: 170
  • Weight 200lb: 190
  • Weight 250lb: 230
  • Weight 300lb: 270

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Calories Burned Tips

  • Water yourself – A recent study proved that dieters who guzzled plenty of water lost more weight than those who didn’t.
  • 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.
  • Stand at work three hours a day – Ideally, we sleep about eight hours for every 24. Most people spend another seven to ten hours sitting at their desk. That means most of us spend the overwhelming majority of our time sedentary. Our bodies weren’t designed for this level of inactivity – most of humans’ evolutionary history involved being active, searching for food and fuel. Nutritionist Lisa Jubilee says that one way to burn more calories daily is to stand more and sit less. She cites a British study which found that standing at work burned 50 more calories per hour than sitting. If that doesn’t sound like a lot, consider this: If you stand for just three hours of your day, in one year you’d expend more than 30,000 extra calories – which amounts to about 8 pounds of fat!
  • Get Cold. – Exposing yourself to cold may sound unpleasant, but it has quite a few benefits, including: Boosting your metabolism, increasing energy expenditure, lowering body fat, lowering blood sugar and cutting food cravings The key is to get a little uncomfortably cold whenever possible – by taking a cold shower, an ice bath, walking to the mailbox and back without a jacket on, swimming in a slightly (or really) cold pool. It doesn’t have to be for that long – even 5 minutes a day of chilly temperatures will help.
  • Pile On The Protein – Research shows that getting plenty of protein can boost your metabolism, causing you to burn an extra 150 to 200 calories a day, says Jeff Hampl, Ph.D., R.D., a spokesman for the American Dietetic Association. Protein is made up mainly of amino acids, which are harder for your body to break down [than fat and carbs], so you burn more calories getting rid of them, he explains.

Calories Burned Teaching Aerobics 10 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 50
  • Weight 120lb: 60
  • Weight 125lb: 60
  • Weight 150lb: 70
  • Weight 175lb: 80
  • Weight 200lb: 90
  • Weight 250lb: 120
  • Weight 300lb: 140

Calories Burned Teaching Aerobics 15 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 70
  • Weight 120lb: 90
  • Weight 125lb: 90
  • Weight 150lb: 110
  • Weight 175lb: 120
  • Weight 200lb: 140
  • Weight 250lb: 170
  • Weight 300lb: 210

Calories Burned Teaching Aerobics 45 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 220
  • Weight 120lb: 260
  • Weight 125lb: 270
  • Weight 150lb: 320
  • Weight 175lb: 370
  • Weight 200lb: 420
  • Weight 250lb: 520
  • Weight 300lb: 620