Yoga Calories Burned

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

Yoga Calories Burned 30 Minutes

Calories Burned Yoga for 30 minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 60
  • Weight 120lb: 70
  • Weight 125lb: 70
  • Weight 150lb: 90
  • Weight 175lb: 100
  • Weight 200lb: 120
  • Weight 250lb: 140
  • Weight 300lb: 170

Yoga Calories Burned 1 Hour

Yoga Calories Burned One Hour

  • Weight 100lb: 110
  • Weight 120lb: 140
  • Weight 125lb: 150
  • Weight 150lb: 180
  • Weight 175lb: 210
  • Weight 200lb: 230
  • Weight 250lb: 280
  • Weight 300lb: 330

Yoga Calories Burned 20 Minutes

20 Minutes Yoga

  • Weight 100lb: 40
  • Weight 120lb: 50
  • Weight 125lb: 50
  • Weight 150lb: 60
  • Weight 175lb: 70
  • Weight 200lb: 80
  • Weight 250lb: 90
  • Weight 300lb: 110

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Calories Burned Tips

  • Train for a race – Many people find that having an athletic goal motivates them to exercise regularly in a way that nothing else can.
  • 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.
  • Have an egg yolk – or two – Although it’s true that egg whites are low in calories, fat-free, and contain most of the protein found in an egg, eating the entire egg is beneficial to your metabolism. The yolk contains many metabolism-stoking nutrients, including fat-soluble vitamins, essential fatty acids and – most significantly – choline, a powerful compound that animal research shows can prevent the storage of fat around your liver. Worried about cholesterol? New studies have found that moderate consumption of one to three whole eggs per day has no negative effect on 70 percent of the population’s lipid (fat) profile and may actually improve it.
  • Build Muscle. – Not only does muscle look more attractive and keep you from getting the skinny fat look, adding muscle also gives you a higher metabolism. In fact, some experts estimate that every extra pound of muscle on your body burns 30-50 calories extra a day, while others estimate each pound burns 6 extra calories a day, compared to 2 calories burned by fat. Either way, if you want to increase your metabolism, gaining muscle is a surefire way to go about doing so.
  • Donkey Kicks – Bring the knee close in to the chest, then slowly raise the leg back and up. Be careful to take your time – it’s about control!. If you’re not really feeling the burn, you can alternate between Donkey Kicks and Dirty Dogs.

Yoga Calories Burned 10 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 20
  • Weight 120lb: 20
  • Weight 125lb: 20
  • Weight 150lb: 30
  • Weight 175lb: 30
  • Weight 200lb: 40
  • Weight 250lb: 50
  • Weight 300lb: 60

Yoga Calories Burned 15 Minutes

  • Weight 100lb: 30
  • Weight 120lb: 40
  • Weight 125lb: 40
  • Weight 150lb: 50
  • Weight 175lb: 50
  • Weight 200lb: 60
  • Weight 250lb: 70
  • Weight 300lb: 80

Yoga Calories Burned 45 Minutes

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