It depends on how heavy you are. It takes more energy to move a heavier mass across a given distance (or 2 miles, in your case) than it would to move a lighter mass across the same distance. If you weigh 160 lbs, the energy required to cover that distance is approximately 205 kcal. If you weigh 100 lbs however, the energy required to cover the same distance is 50 kcal. (Joules = (weight in kg x (distance in meters^2))/(time is seconds^2), conversion rate of 1 Joule = 0.000239 kilocalories). This does not include basal metabolic rate which is the energy your body needs to keep your brain thinking, your heart pumping, your lungs inhaling and exhaling, your digestive system running its course, synthesizing new cells, excreting wastes, etc. The amount of energy your body requires just to stay conscious is downright dramatic compared to that for a leisurely walk.
"Calorie burn from walking depends on several factors, including age, weight, sex, walking pace and difficulty of your walking course," says Alex Davis, co-creator of Ryan and Alex Duo Life. "Generally, 1 mile (or roughly 2,000 steps) walked equates to [burning] 80 to 100 calories." There are 3,500 calories in 1 pound. "This means to lose 1 pound, you'll need to walk roughly 35 miles or 70,000 steps. Over the course of a week, this means targeting 10,000 steps a day," says Davis. At this rate, you could lose 10 pounds in 10 weeks.
The more you weigh, the more calories you will burn. According to calculations by the American Council on Exercise, a 185-pound person walking at a brisk pace of 3.5 miles per hour will burn 318 calories in one hour, and a 155-pound person walking at 3.5 mph will burn 267 calories in an hour.
The faster you walk, the more calories you will burn, so pick up the pace to lose 10 pounds in a shorter amount of time.
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You would burn about 200 calories by walking for 60 minutes. About how many calories would you burn if you walk for 15 minutes
about 350 to 450 depending on your weight.
Roughly 100 calories. It depends on your weight and the speed at which you walk.
If a woman weighing 166 lbs. walks at a leisurely pace of 2.5 mph she will burn 113 calories in 30 minutes. 30 minutes of a moderate pace, similar to that of walking a dog, will burn 124 calories.
The average person who weighs around 150 pounds and twirls a baton while walking will burn about 136 calories in 30 minutes. This is the same for people who play an instrument while walking in a marching band.
There is no one-fit-all answer in relation to the number of calories burned. It depends upon your age, your weight, your degree of cardiovascular fitness, your body composition, and whether you are walking on flat ground or an incline (as well as how far you are walking and how fast you are walking).
Everything I see on the internet suggests that it is about 250 calories for 30 minutes of walking in chest deep water if you move arms through water while walking. Jogging under same circumstances looks like 350 per 30 minutes.
No. I'm sorry to inform you that thinking does not burn anywhere near as many calories as walking a mile does.
A woman that weighs 138 pounds could burn anywhere from 50 to 100 calories while walking for 20 minutes. It really depends on how fast the woman was walking.
Both running and walking burn about 100 calories per mile
Yes doing any physical activity burns calories! But stretching does not burn as many calories as jogging or even walking.