Calories Burned Water Skiing

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

Calories Burned Water Skiing 30 Minutes

Calories Burned Water Skiing 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 Water Skiing 1 Hour

Calories Burned Water Skiing 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 Water Skiing 20 Minutes

20 Minutes Water Skiing

  • 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

  • Snack on Nuts – A recent study found that dieters who snacked on shelled pistachios shed more pounds than those who ate other snacks, even though they contained the same amount of calories.
  • Eat enough protein daily – Research has found that because protein is more difficult for the body to break down and digest than other nutrients, it can increase post-meal calorie burn by 5 percent. Aim to incorporate some protein into every meal and snack throughout the day. Metabolism-boosting foods high in protein include: Hard-boiled eggs, Chicken breast, Ground turkey, Beans, Flank, hanger, or skirt steak. Protein needs differ by individual, but typically consuming 0.8 to one gram of protein per kilogram of body weight per day should be sufficient enough to fuel weight loss, says Leah Kaufman, MS, RD, CDN, a New York City-based dietitian. For a 130-pound (59 kilograms) person, that would equal between 46 and 58 grams of protein.
  • Eat three meals a day – Bodybuilders have long sworn by eating every few hours to keep their muscles fueled, but don’t discount the weight loss potential of three squares a day. A study in the journal Hepatology put two groups of men on weight-gain diets. One group divided the calories among three small meals with snacks in between while the second group ate the same number of calories in three square meals. While both groups gained weight, researchers found that belly fat – the dangerous kind that increases heart-disease risk – only increased in the high-meal frequency group.
  • Eat Protein. – Through a process called thermogenesis, your body actually uses about 10% of its calorie intake for digestion. And since it takes longer for your body to digest protein than carbs or fat, eating a high protein diet can cause your body to expend more energy through this process – i.e. helping you burn more calories throughout the day. And not only can protein help boost your metabolism just by eating it, a high protein diet can also help preserve muscle, especially when you’re cutting back on calories. Plus, as an added bonus, protein helps keep you full longer!
  • Bicycle Crunches – They work a large number of muscles (back, core, legs) and are a great way to train quads for more rigorous running.

Calories Burned Water Skiing 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 Water Skiing 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 Water Skiing 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