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Calories Burned per Hour (by weight)

artschoolgirlartschoolgirl Posts: 598Member Member Posts: 598Member Member
I thought this was a great link! I find that it's hard to gauge myself and that the calories burned calculator on here is not too accurate. Hopefully this helps some of you!!
:smile:
http://www.sheerbalance.com/calorie_exercise.html
Best of luck!
-K

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  • artschoolgirlartschoolgirl Posts: 598Member Member Posts: 598Member Member
    I thought this was a great link! I find that it's hard to gauge myself and that the calories burned calculator on here is not too accurate. Hopefully this helps some of you!!
    :smile:
    http://www.sheerbalance.com/calorie_exercise.html
    Best of luck!
    -K
  • EzzieEzzie Posts: 674Member Member Posts: 674Member Member
    Thanks for the link!!
    Ez
  • searls717searls717 Posts: 46Member Posts: 46Member
    We found this link and it works really well because you can put in your actual weight and it will give you the calories burned for 222 different excercies and job activities.

    http://primusweb.com/fitnesspartner/jumpsite/calculat.htm
  • jamerz3294jamerz3294 Posts: 1,824Member Member Posts: 1,824Member Member
    We found this link and it works really well because you can put in your actual weight and it will give you the calories burned for 222 different excercies and job activities.

    http://primusweb.com/fitnesspartner/jumpsite/calculat.htm

    Including our favorite calorie burning activity? *eg* :devil:
  • Marla64Marla64 Posts: 22,487Member Member Posts: 22,487Member Member
    We found this link and it works really well because you can put in your actual weight and it will give you the calories burned for 222 different excercies and job activities.

    http://primusweb.com/fitnesspartner/jumpsite/calculat.htm

    Oh, my gosh-- okay, so guidance, if you please-- according to this site, in my home typing job, for 4 hours of typing, I burn almost 500 calories. Huh? Now, somehow I don't think I should be adding that as exercise cals and then eating them, in addition to the "real" exercise-- do you? :noway: :huh:
  • lotusfromthemudlotusfromthemud Posts: 5,396Member Member Posts: 5,396Member Member
    We found this link and it works really well because you can put in your actual weight and it will give you the calories burned for 222 different excercies and job activities.

    http://primusweb.com/fitnesspartner/jumpsite/calculat.htm

    Oh, my gosh-- okay, so guidance, if you please-- according to this site, in my home typing job, for 4 hours of typing, I burn almost 500 calories. Huh? Now, somehow I don't think I should be adding that as exercise cals and then eating them, in addition to the "real" exercise-- do you? :noway: :huh:

    no, that's activity. (IMHO)

    I don't log my "normal" stuff. . .just my exercise.
  • pbjsandpbjsand Posts: 58Member Posts: 58Member
    thanks for the link, but if you're over 175 lbs. it won't do much good. At least I couldn't find a place to put my current weight and havei t calculate burned calories like MFP does.
    Thanks anyway
  • Marla64Marla64 Posts: 22,487Member Member Posts: 22,487Member Member
    We found this link and it works really well because you can put in your actual weight and it will give you the calories burned for 222 different excercies and job activities.

    http://primusweb.com/fitnesspartner/jumpsite/calculat.htm

    Oh, my gosh-- okay, so guidance, if you please-- according to this site, in my home typing job, for 4 hours of typing, I burn almost 500 calories. Huh? Now, somehow I don't think I should be adding that as exercise cals and then eating them, in addition to the "real" exercise-- do you? :noway: :huh:

    no, that's activity. (IMHO)

    I don't log my "normal" stuff. . .just my exercise.

    That certainly seems to make sense-- sure would be nice, though, to realize a weight loss from sitting on my butt all day typing-- but, had that been the case, I wouldn't have needed to find this wonderful site in the first place.
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