This online activities calorie calculator will help you to calculate the number of calories burned at various spans of time for over 600 different activities.
My goal for this calculator was to create a dashboard type interface so you wouldn't have to continuously scroll back and forth through a list of hundreds of activities.
Please keep in mind that the actual number of calories burned depends on your body composition, your metabolism rate, and on how many calories you consume.
Finally, this calculator is not applicable to children or women who are pregnant, and as always, be sure to consult with your qualified health professional before beginning any new strength and conditioning program.
So with that, let's use the online activities calorie calculator to calculate the fat burning potential for your chosen activities.
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Calorie: The energy required to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water by 1 degree Celsius. The typical adult needs 1,000 to 1,400 calories per day just to fuel basic organs (minimum requirement is referred to as Basal Metabolic Rate, or BMR). An additional 400-600 calories are needed to go from laying still all day to moving around during the day. For every 3,500 calories you take in that are over and above the amount you need to maintain your weight, you will gain 1 pound.
KCal (kilocalorie): This column in the above calculator returns the number of calories expended, rounded to the nearest integer.
Hrs/1Lb: This column in the above calculator returns the number of hours you would have to continuously engage in the activity in order to lose 1 pound of fat, which is equal to 3,500 calories.
Metabolic Equivalent (MET): Metabolic Equivalent is an estimate of how much energy an activity burns as a multiple of an individual's basal metabolic rate (BMR). One MET is considered to be the amount of energy expended at rest, while an activity that is more than 1 MET would expend that many more times the energy than the amount expended at rest. The MET values used in the above calculator are based on the Compendium of Physical Activities: An update of activity codes and MET intensities (Ainsworth BE, et. al.).
Formula for Calculating Calories Burned: The following formula is commonly used for estimating calories burned: