Fat Burning Chart
Our chart shows you how many extra calories you'll burn by doing the following exercise activities continuously for half an hour.
The chart assumes that you currently lead a fairly sedentary lifestyle - and the calories shown are the approximate number of extra calories you would burn, on top of those needed to maintain your normal daily lifestyle.
It takes 3500 calories of activity to burn off 1 pound of fat, so, for example, you'd need to do 18 half-hour sessions of vigorous walking (9 hours) per week, in order to burn off a pound of fat in a week! That's quite a lot, and more exercise than you need to do to be within health guidelines - most health professionals recommend 3 to 5 20-30-minute sessions a week for general health benefits. If your goal is to lose weight, you need to combine eating less calories with burning more calories in order to make significant progress.
|Aerobics (low impact)||189|
|Cycling (recreational, 5mph)||120|
|Cycling (moderate, 10mph)||303|
|Cycling (vigorous, 15mph)||486|
|Step Aerobics (low impact)||225|
*Calories burned in 30 minutes
Fat Burning Chart information is taken from 'Tables & Charts' part of the Weight Loss Resources Kit
For fully personalised information on calories burned during a wide range of exercise activity, and calories consumed from a wide range of foods take a free trial at www.weightlossresources.co.uk