If you want to track the amount of calories you could burn doing different activities and exercises, you’ve come to the right place. Use our calories burned calculator to calculate the calories burned from exercises like walking, running, biking or swimming and more niche activities. Just tell us a bit about you along with your current weight and the type and duration of the activity, and we’ll do the rest!
Using calories burned calculator results
Use your personalised, activity specific results from the calories burned calculator to help plan your diet and exercise programme.
You can use these results in our weight loss Planner to find out how this will impact your weight loss over time.
A calorie is the amount of heat required to raise the temperature of one liter of water one degree. Although this may trigger memories from high school science class, it’s really a simple standard unit used to measure the energy your body uses throughout the day. 3,500 calories are equal to one pound of fat.
Another explanation is that calories are the little blighters that invade your wardrobe at night and shrink your clothes!
Why it matters
The more of those calorie critters you can burn, the better. From Cross-training and Hiit to gardening or walking — it all counts. Track your activities in your diet plan and see how many calories you burn. The more you burn, the more fat you’ll lose. And, if you’re maintaining, the more food you can eat without gaining weight.
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