Calories Burned Walking 5 Miles

Below you will find average calorie burns for ‘How many calories burned doing Walking 5 Miles’, by weight range and how many minutes spent doing it.

Calories Burned Walking 5 Miles 30 Minutes

Calories Burned Walking 5 Miles for 30 minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 140
  • Weight 120lb: 160
  • Weight 125lb: 170
  • Weight 150lb: 210
  • Weight 175lb: 240
  • Weight 200lb: 260
  • Weight 250lb: 320
  • Weight 300lb: 380

Calories Burned Walking 5 Miles 1 Hour

Calories Burned Walking 5 Miles One Hour

  • Weight 100lb: 270
  • Weight 120lb: 330
  • Weight 125lb: 340
  • Weight 150lb: 410
  • Weight 175lb: 470
  • Weight 200lb: 530
  • Weight 250lb: 640
  • Weight 300lb: 760

Calories Burned Walking 5 Miles 20 Minutes

20 Minutes Walking 5 Miles

  • Weight 100lb: 90
  • Weight 120lb: 110
  • Weight 125lb: 110
  • Weight 150lb: 140
  • Weight 175lb: 160
  • Weight 200lb: 180
  • Weight 250lb: 210
  • Weight 300lb: 250

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Calories Burned Tips

  • Halve it – Divide your normal portion by two and save the rest for later. You are likely to feel full on less food than you think.
  • Eat breakfast – Those who enjoy a morning meal have been shown over and over to be slimmer than breakfast skippers.
  • 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!
  • 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.
  • Don’t Overdo Calorie Cutting – Putting yourself on a very low-calorie diet is a surefire way not to lose. Your body is programmed to defend your usual weight, says Liz Applegate, Ph.D., professor of nutrition at the University of California at Davis and author of Bounce Your Body Beautiful. So if you suddenly drop 1,000 calories from your diet, your resting metabolic rate [the number of calories your body burns to maintain basic bodily functions, such as breathing and heartbeat] will automatically slow down, because your body now assumes that you’re starving.

Calories Burned Walking 5 Miles 10 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 50
  • Weight 120lb: 50
  • Weight 125lb: 60
  • Weight 150lb: 70
  • Weight 175lb: 80
  • Weight 200lb: 90
  • Weight 250lb: 110
  • Weight 300lb: 130

Calories Burned Walking 5 Miles 15 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 70
  • Weight 120lb: 80
  • Weight 125lb: 90
  • Weight 150lb: 100
  • Weight 175lb: 120
  • Weight 200lb: 130
  • Weight 250lb: 160
  • Weight 300lb: 190

Calories Burned Walking 5 Miles 45 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 200
  • Weight 120lb: 250
  • Weight 125lb: 260
  • Weight 150lb: 310
  • Weight 175lb: 350
  • Weight 200lb: 400
  • Weight 250lb: 480
  • Weight 300lb: 570