Calorie burn table when walking

If you are one of the people who practice sports, such as: walking, jogging, and strength exercises with the aim of losing weight, then you are interested in knowing the number of calories that are burned. In this article, we will introduce you to the table of burning calories when walking.

The number of calories burned is affected by the distance, the weight of the person, and the walking speed. In the following article, we will explain the table of burning calories when walking based on these factors:

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Calorie burn table when walking

The basic rule is that a person who weighs about 81 kilograms burns 100 calories when walking a distance of 1.6 km. Here are now tables showing the number of calories that are burned:﻿

1. Calories burned walking at a speed of 10-14 minutes/km

Here is the table:

 weight (kg) 45.4 54.4 63.5 72.5 81.5 90.5 99.8 108.8 117.9 1.6 km 53 64 74 85 96 106 117 133 146 3.2 km 106 128 149 170 191 213 234 266 292 4.8 km 160 191 223 255 255 287 319 351 399 6.4 km 213 255 298 340 383 425 468 532 585 8.1 km 266 319 372 425 479 532 585 665 731 9.7 km 319 383 446 510 574 638 702 798 877 11.2 km 372 447 521 595 670 744 819 913 1023 12.8 km 426 510 595 680 766 850 936 1064 1170

2. Calories burned when walking at a speed of 9 minutes/km

Here is a table of calories burned when walking at a speed of 9 per kilometer:

 weight (kg) 45.4 54.4 63.5 72.5 81.5 90.5 99.8 108.8 117.9 1.6 km 57 68 80 91 102 114 125 142 156 3.2 km 114 136 159 182 205 227 250 284 313 4.8 km 170 205 239 273 307 341 375 426 469 6.4 km 227 273 318 364 409 454 500 568 625 8.1 km 284 341 398 455 512 568 625 710 782 9.7 km 341 409 477 545 614 682 750 852 938 11.2 km 398 477 557 636 716 795 994 1094 1194 12.8 km 454 546 636 727 818 909 1000 1136 1250

How to increase the calories burned when walking

After you got acquainted with the calorie burning schedule when walking, you must want to increase the number of calories burned. Here are the methods that contribute to that:

• Walking on slopes

Add incline areas to your walking path to increase the number of calories burned, as the Institute of Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine showed that walking in slopes increases exercise intensity and heart rate, and thus increases the rate of burning.

Walking inclines also activates the muscles in the lower body, making it even better at building muscle strength .

• Alternate intervals of speed

Alternating speed can help burn more calories and lose weight , by walking fast for a period and then walking slowly for another period, and how to do this can be explained to beginners as follows:

1. Walk at a brisk pace for 30 seconds.
2. Then reduce the speed to 2 minutes 30 seconds.
3. Go back to walking briskly again, and repeat for 5 rounds.